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Guv signs tough law 





George Ryan comes 
to Antioch to sign 
new legislation 

ByJOHNROSZKOWSKJ 
City Editor 

Standing near the shores of 
Grass Lake.Goy.George Ryan visited . 
Lake County to sign new legislation 



designed to crack down on drunken 
boating. 

Surrounded by a contingent of 
area legislators, law enforcement 
officials and supporters at the Harbor 
Club Restaurant in unincorporated 
Antioch t Ryan signed into law Senate 



Zion) sponsored the bill in the 
Senate, and State Rep. Andrea Moore 
(R-Ubertyville) carried the bill in the 
House. The legislation takes effect, 
Jan. < 1,2001. 

"Boaters should be held 
accountable to the same laws as 



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Bill 739. The new law .expands the., drivers where drinking and driving or 




definition of, reckless homicide' to> 
Include watercraft, snowmobiles and 
all-terrain vehicles. 

The , legislation increases 
penalties for people who are 
legally drunk and are involved in 
b o a ting , 
snowmobiling 
or ATV 

accidents that 
result in another 
person's death, 
bringing those 
penalties in line 
with drunken 
driving penalties. 

"The 
message is drink- 
ing and driving 
doesn't mix— 
.whether you're 

driving a car, a boat or a snowmo- 
bile," said Ryan, speaking to about 60 
to .70 supporters outside of the 



'Boaters should be held 
accountable to the same 

laws as drivers where 
drinking and driving or 

drugs are concerned' 

Adeline Geo-Karis 
State Senator 



drugs are concerned/'said Geo-Karis. 
. "There have been too many 
accidents in. the Chain O'Lakes 
where Innocent people have been 
Injured or killed by impaired 
boaters." 

Geo-Karis . said 
she is. pleased the 
governor visited the 
area to show his. 
support for the 
legislation. 

"This bill was 
very dear to the 
heart of Mothers 
Against Drunk 
Driving," Geo.-Karis 
said. 

Karen. .Demos, 
who founded the 
Lake County 

Chapter of MADD, said the legisla- 
tion certainly isn't going to cure all 
problems but is an important step to 



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Illinois Governor George. Ryan 
signs into law a bill Increasing 
penalties for fatal accidents 
involving a drunken boater. Lt. 
Gov. Corinne Wood was also 
on hand for the occasion. 
—Photo by Derek Nosal 



restaurant. "We .think this legislation promoting responsible boating, 
is something we can do to make our 
waterways safer." 

Last year, Ryan said, there were 
176 recreational boating accidents in 
Illinois, killing 19 people. He said 
'more than 90 percent of the. boat 
crashes on the state!s rivers and 
lakes last year occurred between 
May and September, and 83 
percent of the crashes were on the 
weekends. 

: Ryan's visit to Antioch coincided 
with the beginning of the Memorial 
Day weekend, one of the busiest 
weekends for recreational boating of 
the year. 

State Sen. Adeline Geo-Karis (R- 



"It's not an accident when 
somebody chooses to drink and 
drive, or drink and operate a boat 
or a snowmobile," she said. 
"People need to understand what 
a devastating impact their actions 
can have." 

:?ln addition to Ryan. Geo-Karis 
and Moore, others speaking at the- 
event were Lt Gov. Corinne Wood, 
State Rep. Mark Beaubien (R- 
Wauconda), State Rep. Tim Osmond 
(R-Antioch) and Antioch Mayor 
Marilyn Shltieflug. Lake County 
Coroner Barbara Richardson and 
Sheriff Gary Del Re were also in 
attendance. 




State Senator Adeline Geo-Karis speaks In favor of Governor- 
Ryan's new bill to Increase the penalties for drunken boaters.* 
— Photo by Derek Nosal 




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By KENNETH PATCHEN 
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Ioanne Linker is a woman with 
a mission to make the world 
as much fun as is her store. In 
a world that needs laughs' and 
ion, she has it stacked in baskets, 
and boxes on shelves and floors. . 
J. J. Blinkers Novelty and Gift 

Shop, Inc., 896 Main Street, is her j r" !' 
present for customers who want,to \ , 
feel the excitement and fun of a 
goofy vision of the universe. ; 

She is the secret ingredient that 
blends together parents and 
children with a mutual Interest in 
hand-buzzers. 

Linker Is a fun person making 
o ther.lives happier. 

"People who come In are 
coming in for good things," she , 
says. "I walk into the store, and I feel 
good." 

1 lt is a happy store in which to n ^ i 
shop. ., " . 

For parents and friends who are 
organizing a, party or celebration^ J; i 
J. Blinkers can be a first and almost 



last stop for hundreds of items to 
make the event special. Shelves are 
filled with small and large gifts, 
gags, and gee-gaws that glitter, 



glow, and gleam. 

"Kids can come in with 50 cents 
and buy a few things." 

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Antioch Parks and Recreation 
Department will sponsor a week- 
ly physical fitness camp for chil- 
dren for one Hour on Wednesdays 
from mid-June to mid -August. 

The ten sessions are $5 per 
hour, payable at the time of regis- 
tration at the parks department 
offices in Antioch Village Hall, 874 
Main Street. 

Sessions are managed by cer- 
tified physical education instruc- 
tor Scott Slaver of Antioch Grade 
School. 

Program participants will 
take part in a wide variety of fit-- 
ness-oriented games and activi- 
ties. Basic sports skills will be cov^ 
ered, but emphasis will be on fit- 
ness, cooperation, and fun. 

Sessions are offered for three 

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age groups. 

Children who are 6 and 7 
years old will meet from 8:30 to 
9:30 a.m. 

Children who are 8 and 9 
years old will meet from 9:45 to 
10:45a.m. 

Children who are 10 and il 
years old will meet from 11 to 
noon. 

Groups begin Wednesday,- 
June 16,and end Wednesday, Aug. 
18. Sessions are at Williams Park. 

Registration form and signed 
waiver must be submitted to the 
Antioch parks office, not the 
school. 

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weeks for Antioch Village resi- 
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BLINKERS: 





creates fun 



paddle^balls, Chinese finger-pulls. l 
-* "I moved here from the north- 
west side of Chicago 15 years ago," 
Linker said: "1 really love this town. I ■ 
just thought it was the coolest, neat- 
est town." 

"I've been here (in this store) 14 
years, this month," she said. 

Her partner in the store during : 
these years has been Rich Hart. "He 
does die scary part of the business, 
so it allows me to play store," she 
said. She is the one who works with ; 
the public and buys trie merchandise 
theysell. 

leanne Kavvell and Jennifer Van 
Patten are two helpers in the store. 
They are a necessary part of the op- 
eration especially vvith the expanded - 
offerings in back. 

Linker has been able to open a . 
back area of her building to create.a — 
spacious atmosphere for customers 
searching for gifts or prizes in quan- 
tity. The space allows the store to of- 
fer a greater variety of merchandise. ' 
It still has the traditional Main Street 
entrance, but 'now there is a new, . 
second entrance from the parking lot 
in the back of the store on the west 
side of the street. 

The back shop of J. J. Blinkers al- 
lows Linker to meet the needs of an- 
other type of customer other than 
parents with a child's party to create. 

"We want to be a teacher-orient- 
ed, PTO-oriented, park-oriented 
store," Linker said. The merchandise 
in back is intended to contribute to 
the atmosphere of large group par- 
ties, carnivals, fun fairs, and gather- 
ings of children for any reason. Her 
items are priced so customers can 
buy groups of items in quantity. 

Parent Teacher Organizations 
with a fun fair prize list to stock will 
find items available in bulk at a cost 
that allows mem to have prize selec- 
tions with variety. "They can buy 
quantities from one piece to a few 
gross," she said. 

"We have games that are avail- 
able," Linker said. Some of the 
games may require lots of prizes, 
prizes which she just happens.to 
have stacked and stocked on shelves 
all around. 

On the ceiling are hung all 



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pinatas with care. There are the tra- 
ditional human and animal designs 
and shapes, but also the more mod- 
em styles such as Monster Tire Pick- 
up Trucks. 

During the holidays throughout 
the year, Linker has merchandise to 
cater to season party themes. Yes, 
the place is an amazing sight to see 
in September and October as Hal- 
loween moves into view. But a holi- 
day such as Independence Day also 
brings her flag-related displays onto 
. the floor. 

J. J. Blinkers reaches out to meet 
the needs.of four types of fun-seek- 
ing customers. There are moms and ; 
dads and individuals who want and 
need party items. There are organi- 
zations, like teacher and parent 
groups that need prizes, games, or ' 
; decorations for large events, 

A third group to which she caters 
are people who are interested in sea- 
sonal merchandise. The big event is, 
of course, Halloween. However, holi- : 
days such as Easter, Memorial Day, ".- 
and Independence Day all have spe- 
cial needs for prizes or presents. ■". 

The fourth group to which she 
caters is just interested in fun. For 
them, she has the Groucho Marx 
eyeglasses vvith large nose and mus- 
tache. A whoopee cushion is always 
perfect for parties. There are bache- 
lor and bachelorette party goods in 
their own room. 

So, why call It J. J. Blinkers? 

"It's a happy name," she said. "It 
just flowed." 

"My last name is Linker, and I 
liked things that blink, and it sounds 
better than Joanne's Goofy Stuff 
Store." 

Today, a large, blue neon sign 
shines from her window into the ad- 
jacent park. It displays the store 
name and the Groucho glasses. 

The sign captures the mood of 
the store. She says that her merchan- 
dise has captured the irreverent 
mood of Antioch. 

The merchandise she has in the 
store today is very different from 
what she had when she opened the 
store 14 years ago. 

"This is what the town wanted," •: 
she said. " It's not me. It's the town." 





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Little helping hands 
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Lindenhurst Early 
Childhood Center's 
Relief effort a 



success 

By JACLYN GRAHAM 
Staff Intern 



For some, an extra pair of shoes 
may seem like a bothersome waste of 
space In the closet. But for the torna- 
do victims in Oklahoma,.. who lost 
their homes and all of their posses- 
sions, those annoying extras are ex- 
tremely precious . 

With the tornado stricken people 
l in mind, Frank Davis, executive di- 
rector of the Lindenhurst Early 
Childhood Center (LECC), decided 
to hold a community-wide relief col- 
lection. 

This undertaking enabled Davis 
to inform the children at the LECC 
about what happened to the people 
in Oklahoma/and allowed the chil- 
dren to have hands-on involvement 
in the project. 

Through the process of trial and 
error, Davis acquired the donated 
components necessary to kick-off 
the collection, such as 
boxes, storage spaces, banners, and 
a truck to take the goods to Okla- 
homa. 

Davis set the collection goal at 10,000 
pounds, in hopes that . everyone 
from the local and surrounding com- • 
munlties would at least donate some 
of their unused possessions for peo- 
ple who really needed them. Mone- 
tary donations and non-perishable 
fodd items were welcomed as well. 
Beginning on May 10, ; theife was a ' 
large storage trailer outside of the 
LECC with a professional banner, • 
donated by Sign Central, that read' 
"Help with Donations to the Okla- 
homa City Tornado Relief 'Effort." It 
also listed what type of Items to do- 
nate: bedding, bottled water, canned 
goods, toiletries, and clothing. 

Through publicity and word of 
mouth, the campaign for the accu- 
mulation of goods to be shipped to 
Oklahoma took off. As Davis said, 
"With word spreading so much, it re- '. 
ally got the interest going." The 
LECC even received donations and 
calls of interest from people as far 
away as Lake Forest/Highland Park, 
Crystal Lake, and McHenry. 

As food and donations began to 
pour in, Davis and the 3-7 year old 
children at the LECC started to put 
together care packages for the vic- 
tims. With over 200 boxes donated 
by the Uiine Box Company, the chil- 
dren made care packages and cards 
for the victims. 

Enthusiastic 6-year-old Kenny 
Jones said that they made the boxes, 
"for people that lost their houses 
and things in tornadoes." The chil- 
dren also creatively sponge-painted 
the outsides of the boxes, literally 
adding their caring touch: to the 
packages. "The children loved being ■ 
Involved in something that had some 
meaning," said Davis. 

Donations of money totaling 
$1,300 were used at Aldi, to buy 
things such as canned goods, dia- 
pers, toiletries, and virtually anything 
non-perishable. When the amount 
of goods coming In exceeded the 
amount of space in the semi-trailer 
outside of the LECC, Pleviak and Em- 
mons grade schools donated extra 
: storage spaces. 

"At drie'point we had to stop col- 
lecting clothes because we had 
nowhere to keep them anymore," 
explained Davis. The LECC had so 
many donations accumulated that 
several bags had to sit outside of the 
( trailer fora few days due to lack of 
storage space. 

By the end of the collection pe- 




-Kenny Jones, 6, helps ; ioad supplies into a truck heading for Ok- 
lahoma. The Lindenhurst Early Childhood Center collected more 
than 50 thousand pounds of supplies for tornado victims. 
—Photo by Derek Nosat 



riod, the total had reached almost 
55,000 pounds of non-perishable 
goods. This exceeded the initial goal 
by nearly 45,000 pounds. "It is- really 
something, and is kind of remark- 
able how much of a response we re- 
ceived," said Davis. "A lot of parents 
were extremely impressed with the 
amount and magnitude of the 
event." 

On May 28th, the "Feed the 
Children Truck," ironically based in 
Oklahoma,' arrived to pick up the 
goods. Davis, LECC employee Mel- 
lissa Weiber, and a few children vol- 
unteers began to pack the truck with 
the donations. 

The obstacle before them was a 
trailer full of bags, boxes, and mis- 
cellaneous items— strollers, 
playpens, car seats, bikes, and 
crutches— to load onto the truck. 

The plethora of items that peo- 
ple gave away for the tornado victims 
poked out of the box tops and.tears 
in the bags as they were placed on 
the truck. Examples of the many toys 
donated included buckets of Leggos, 



bouncy balls, stuffed animals, play 
tea sets, and board games. 
Kitchen items like pots, pahs, plates, 
and cups were also popular dona- 
tions. Food-wise, anything and 
everything non-perishable could be 
found amidst the boxes and bags, 
from water to cereal. 

Thechildrenwereinhlgh spirits 
as Davis tossed bags into the truck 
and the children quickly pulled 
them into the back. "When you get 
tired, go in, get water, and someone 
else can come out if they want to," 
Davis told the children. But becom- 
ing tired was the least of the chil- 
dren's worries, as they wanted the 
victims to get the donations soon. 
"When the children are involved in 
projects like this, their sense of pride 
builds," said Davis. "Our goal is that 
when they get older, they will go out 
on their own and continue to do 
good things In the community." 
After four hours of loading, the col- 
lection was finally shipped off to Ok- 
lahoma, to aid the victims in their 
time of need and hardship. 




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Suspended Drivers 

John Jastrom, 20, of 612 Green- 
briar, Lindenhurst, was arrested on 
May 27 at 9:03 p.m. for driving on a 
suspended license. He was original- 
ly pulled over for not having a !i- 

cnsep^Hgh, 

Warrant Arrest 

The passenger of a van stopped 
' for a broken tail light, Thomas Un- 
derwood, 35, of 58 Sycamore in 
Round Lake, was arrested on May 28 
at 12:55 a.m. for having an outstand- 
ing warrant for a DUI. Underwood 
was unable to post bond and was 
transported to the Lake County Jail. 

UNDENHURST 

Disorderly Conduct 

Iindenhurst police responded 
to, a complaint of a streaker on May 
26 at 10:40 p.m. the complainant 
said he was sitting in His car in the 



Taco Bell parkin , lot on Grand Ave. 
in Llndenhurst when he witnessed 
a naked male youth running from 
Jam & Java in the Linden Plaza. The 
streaker apparently got into a car 
and left 

Officers were later able to locate 
the car. The driver told the officer 
that he dared the youth to streak 
through the parking lot The matter 
Is still being investigated. 

Criminal damage to 
property 

Lindenhurst police responded 
to a property damage complaint at 
Mallard Ridge Dr. and Grand Ave. 
on Thursday, May 27. It was report- 
ed that six entrance flood lights, val- 
ued at $90, were broken. It ap- 
peared that trie fixtures were kicked 
or knocked-over purposely. The 
Mallard Ridge Homeowner 's Asso- 
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Nick Testin, 4, learns the rules of the road at the Lake Villa Police Bike Safety Fair.— Photo by 
Derek Nosal 

Lake Villa safety fair promotes awareness 



By JACLYN GRAHAM 
Staff intern 

Children and adults learned 
about all areas of safety and aware- 
ness at the Lake Villa Police Depart- 
ment's second annual Community 
Safety Fair, The turnout deemed a 
success, with a larger number of vis- 
itors and agericles'supportlrig'the 
event this year. 

Officers from Lake Villa, Linden- 
hurst, and Round Lake Heights were 
among the many that volunteered to 
attend the Fair., May 29. 

"We'are focused on changing 
our community through crime pre- 
vention," said Lake Villa Police 
Sergeant G.P. Thommes. 

The Lake Villa VFW's parking lot 
and hall were filled with various safe- 
ty programs and information booths. 
"Each year we correct the stuff that 
we forgot about the year, before," 
said Thommes. That includes adding 
programs and sites to the Fair that 
can further educate the partakers. 

Many agencies participated, in- 
cluding the American Red Cross, 
Mothers Against Drunk Driving, the 
Illinois Department of Transporta- 
tion, La Cosa, and the Illinois Secre- 
tary of State's Office. 

Topics such as gun safety, alco- 
hol, tobacco, and marijuana resis- 
tance, abuse prevention, and boat- 
ing safety were part of the overall 
program. The police were also regis- 
tering Lake Villa resident's bikes. 

To meet the children out in the 
hot sun were McGruff the Crime 
Dog, McDonald's Hamburgler, and 
two crash test dummies. Also in the 
parking lot was a 2,500 square foot 
"Safety Town," a mock village full of 
signs for children to ride through on 
3-wheeled bikes, testing their safety 
skills. 

The Fox Lake Fire Department 
provided a "Smoke House" , for 
teaching people how to react in the 
event of a fire. Four year old Nick 



Testin learned that "You can't go in 
the'fire; We have to go out the win- 
dow if the door's real hot." 

According to Thommes, the Fair 
is "More to help kids educate their 
parents." The goal is to reinforce the 
principals of safety and reach the 



children while they are small. 

.Next year, the Police Depart- 
ment is considering moving the 
Safety Fair to a more visible location, 
like the Metra lot or Prince of Peace, 
to promote increased attendance of 
local residents and passers-by. . 



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POLLUTION 
VARIANCE 

VONCO PRODUCTS, INC., 
located oh Park Avenue in 
Lake Villa, Illinois, Lake 
County, has filed with the 
Pollution Control Board a 
petition for variance under 
Title IX of the Environmental 
Protection Act. The 
Petitioner requests a vari- 
ance: from air pollution con- 
trol rules found at 35 111. Adm 
Code 218.401 (a), (b) and (c) 
for a period of five years for 
flexographlc printing presses ' 
located at. its facility. 

The Environmental 
Protection Agency solicits the 
views of persons who may be 
adversely affected by the 
variance. Address any com- 
ments or inquires to: Bonnie . 
Sawyer, EPA, RO. Box 19276, 
Springfield, Illinois 62794- 
9276.. (Telephone: 217/524- 
3333, TDD: 217/524-3909) 

If, no later than twenty- 
one (21) days from the publi- 
cation of this Notice, a writ- 
ten objection to the variance 
is received by the Pollution 
Control Board, State of 
Illinois Center, 100 West 
Randolph, Suite 11-500, 
Chicago, IL 60601, the Board 
must conduct a hearing on 
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COURSE: 

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• Water stations at regular intervals. 

• Split timers at mile markers. 

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AGE CLASSES: 

Male and Female: 14 and under, 15- 
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RACE RESULTS: 

Individual 5K computerized result cards 
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AWARDS: 

4 tickets to a Chicago Cubs home 
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first female finisher, regardless of 
class. 

AMENITIES: 

• Official 1999 Antioch Run For 
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- registrants 

• Complimentary refreshments. 

• Course maps in the race packets. 

• Ample parking. 



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June 4, 1999 



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Professional photographers 
Steve and Pamela Breitberg have 
words of encouragement for people 
daunted by the options and com- 
plexities of modern photography. 

In general, the Breitbergs en- 
couraged people to relax and have 
confidence that they can do well 
with equipment that is easy to use. 
Modern equipment provides the 
opportunity to focus on other as- 
pects of good photography such as 
patience and composition. 

Steve and Pamela Breitberg 



brought copies of their environmen- 
■ tal photographs and advice for shut- 
ter bugs to the Antioch Rotary Club 
in Thursday, May 6 at Columbia Bay 
Brewery and Pub on Route 59. 

"You don't need a fancy camera 
system to take good pictures," said 
Pamela Breitberg. People just need 
to know how to operate the camera 
they have. 

"Learn your camera," said 
Steven Breitberg. 

For her own professional work as 
a wildlife photographer/Pamela Bre- 
itberg uses her camera and little else. 
There are no tripods, umbrellas for 
sun, wind deflectors, or other spe- 



cialized equipment 

"To do this type of photography, 
you need an abundance of pa- 
tience," she said. That has nothing to 
do with the film or the camera. 

"You can do more with compo- 
sition. You can do more with pa- 
tience," Steven Breitberg said. 

Pamela Breitberg said that a 
good time of the day to take pho- 
tographs is from 7 to 8 a.m. and from 
4 to 7 p.m. That time of the day, the 
light is more diffuse and the shadows 
are less extreme. This makes it easi- 
er for cameras to adjust to record 
what the photographer sees. 

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usesalOOspeed film. "Formyselfl use 
print negative color film," she said. 
"The greens are so beautiful in Fuji 
film," she said. But, "Kodak has really 
progressed in the last few years." 

As a general film for people who 
do not know what they will be taking 
pictures of, she recommends a 400 
speed film 

Kodak will be bringing out new 
films that will be very responsive to 
customer needs,, according to 
Pamela Breitberg. 

"It does pay to go to a good cam- 
era store and have it processed," 
Pamela Breitberg said. "It is true you 
get what you pay for." She finds pro- 



fessional processing treats the prints 
individually to bring out the true val- 
ue of the picture. 

"Be careful with digital/' said 
Steven Breitberg. "Be careful about 
digital; It's not perfected yet" Digital 
photography still is an evolving tech- 
nology, Important digital pho- 
tographs may hot be compatible 
with future software or computers. 

Pamela and Steven Breitberg are' 
event photographers. They do wed- 
dings and religious services on a hill- 
time basis from their Wilmette stu- 
dio. Wildlife photography is a second 
area of their work that Is done most- 
ly by Pamela Breitberg. 



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for annual rummage sale 



Volunteers and contributions 
are need for the lune St. Peter 
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June 7. 

People who would like to vol- 
unteer to help with the sale can 
call Claudette Skvarce, 395-6744. 
Volunteers are needed to help 
set-up the sale and to help at the 
sale. 

The sale is in late June. 

The variety of goods to be 
sold is suggested by the number 
of specialty rooms that will be 
created in the school to sell simi- 
lar goods. There is a room for an- 
tiques, for men's goods, a wom- 
an's room, a children's room, a 
toy room, a craft room, and a 
room for linens. There is a French 
room. 

In the gymnasium area there 
will be dishes, pots, pans, ceram- 
ics, pictures, books, records, fur- 
niture, and sports equipment." 

Buyers are encouraged to 
plan to have lunch at the rum- 
mage sale. 

People with items to donate 
can call 395-8126 or 395-6744. 

The St. Peter Rummage Sale 
is located at 557 Lake Street in 
Antioch west of the comer of 
Route 83 and Lake Street. The 
sale is on Thursday, June 24 from 
7 a.m. until 9 p.m., on Friday, 
June 25 from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., on 
Saturday, June 26 from 8 a.m. to 
5 p.m., and on Sunday, June 27 

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I had the great misfortune of at- 
tending a funeral recently. As I 
sat in the choir loft of church, 
gazing down on the standing- 
room-only crowd, It was with a 
heavy heart in which I pondered the 
scene playing out before me. The 
congregation, besides the usual mix 
of family members, was comprised 
mostly of young adults, teenagers, 
and high school students— one of 
their own had taken a journey up - 
through the pearly white gates. 

As the church floor became lit- 
tered with dampened tissues, I 
watched these young people sitting 
in all states of emotional despair. 
Some sobbed openly, a feW stared 
straight-faced, while others sat with 
heads bowed. None of them should 
have been there. They should have 
been at school on that Monday, or at 
home, or wherever else kids are on 
Mondays. They should not have • 
been sitting in church bidding 
farewell to one of their classmates, to 
their team mate, to their friend. 

As life goes, the whole tragic sit- 
uation should have never happened. 
As adult children we make funeral 
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ents are not suppose to bury their 
children. As parents, care-givers, 
teachers, aunts, uncles, grandpar- 
ents, sisters, brothers, and friends we 
all need to circle the wagons around 
pur young people and hear their 
please, calm their fears and answer 
their cries. ' 

We have to take their faces be- 
tween our hands, stare them straight 
in the eyes, and tell them there is no 
problem so big, no situation so hope- 
less, or no circumstances so out of 
control that they can't be worked out 
We have to let them know that to- 
gether we can work through anything. 

And so goes another "Jingle from 
Pringle." 

Readers with informationfor "Jingle 
. from Pringle" should call Lynn 
Pringle at 395-6364. 



ACHS Students place in Illinois 
VICA Skills Championships 



Members of the Lake County 
High Schools Technology VICA team 
participated in the Illinois Associa- 
tion of Vocational Industrial Clubs of 
America (VICA) annual Leadership 
and Skills USA Championships In 
Springfield. 

First place winners will be com- 
peting at the national competition to 
be held in Kansas City, Mo. on June , 
: 28 to July 3^ 

Technology winners: 
Antloch . 

Cindy Allard-State Secretary, 
Extemporaneous speaking,. 2nd 



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Brian Falcone-Precision Machin- 
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BIRTHS 



Mackenzie Ann Stancll-Pat- 

terson, a daughter, was bom Jan. 
12 at Burlington Hospital, Burling- 
ton, Wis. to Jamie Stancil-Patterson 
ofAntioch. 

She has a sister, Felicia, age 4. 
Grandparents are Jeff and Zita Jones, 
Antloch; Jerry Stancil of Round Lake 
Beach and Judy Patterson ofAnti- 
och. 

Caleigh Sue Nixon, a daughter, 
was horn March 7 at Condell Med- 
ical Center, Libertyviile to Timothy 
and Linda Nixon ofAntioch. She has 
a brother, Christopher, age 1. Grand- 
parents are Sharon Doyle ofAntioch 
and Virginia Nixon of Chicago. 



Brandon Mlcheal Schran, a son, 
was bom March 22 at Condell Med- 
ical Center to Tom and Cheryl 
Schran ofAntioch. He has brothers, 
Sean, age 10 and Christian, age 3. 
Grandparents are Karen Halsey of 
Antloch and Tom and Tonl Schran 
Of Lake Villa. Great grandparent is 
Darlene Anderson of Kenosha, Wis. 

Blake Matthew Zalapi, a son, 
was bom March .27 at Good Shep- 
herd Hospital, Barrington to Vincent 
and Jennifer Zalapi of Island Lake. 
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FUND-RAISING GUIDE 



June 9, Antloch Police Associa- 
tion and Fraternal Order of Police, 
Lodge 210, Golf Outing, Dinner 
($60/$22), Antloch Golf Club and 
Maravela's, Tickets: Lt. Ron Roth, 
395-8585. 

June 16, District 34 Education 
Foundation, Golf Outing, Spring Val- 
ley Golf Course. 

July 10, $10 Raffle tickets for new 
199B Blazer donated by Raymond 
Chevrolet and Oldsmobile, for St. Pe- 
ter's School, Tickets at State Bank of 
The Lakes, First National Bank- Em- 
ployee Owned, First National Bank 
of Chicago. 



July 14, Sequoit Pride Golf Out- 



ing. 



Sept 25, Seventh Annual Ped- ■ 



dler's Alley, for. Student Assistance 
Program, Antioch Community High 
School, Grafters wanted, 395-1421, 
ext.241. 

Oct 2, Antioch Rotary Club Pork- 
Chop Dinner and Auction, silent 
auction, at Father Hartley Hall. Anti- 
och Rotary Club Harley-Davidson 
Motorcycle Raffle Tickets from Ron- 
Becker (395-8600) or Bob Schneider 
(395-4444) $50. 400 tickets. 

Oct 30, Masquerade Ball by An- 
tioch Woman's Club at Maravelas 
Banquet Facility. Special quilt to be 
raffled. 

Ongoing, William E Brook 
Memorial Fund, various-sized per- 
sonalized bricks and plaques, $50, 
$175, and $500. Order-form from 
Vickie Axton at 395-1309. 




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Trip Cancellation Insurance 
vs. Cancellation Waiver 

byJIMWARNKEN, 

President, North Star Travel, Inc. 

Do you need protection from the high penalties tour operators and cruise lines 
. charge if you cancel your vacation? You bet you do, 

I don't know how many times I've heard people say "I don't plan on canceling 
this trip, so why do I need trip cancellation insurance.", 

i could say the same thing about health insurance. 'Up until last month, I hadn't 
missed a day or work for IS years and certainly had no intention of going to the 
hospital, so why should I be paying for hospitalization insurance? 

Well, after an unexpected illness resulting in a couple of operations and a long 
hospital stay, I was certainly thankful 1 had insurance. 

That illness, by the way, came about the day afler a trip to Paris. If it had been the 
day before, and I didn't have cancellation insurance, I would have lost the entire cost of 
my trip. 

Now let's say I got sick while in Paris. This is where the difference between 
cancellation insurance and cancellation waivers makes a difference: 

Most cancellation insurance would have covered my medical expenses while, in 
Paris and may even have covered the cost of transporting me home as a medical 
emergency. 

1 would also have been reimbursed for the cost of the unused portion of my trip, 
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companies and cruise lines. 

Another important feature of trip cancellation insurance not included in 
cancellation waivers is tire "travel delay" clause. For instance, if a snow storm causes 
your plane to be late gelling into Miami and your cruise ship leaves without you, you 
would be reimbursed, up to the limit on your policy, for the cost of a hotel room and a 
flight to the next port. 

Cancellation waivers usually cover just the cost of the penalties for canceling your 
trip. Some will not cover even that if you cancel the day of your trip. 

If you buy the insurance at (he time you make your deposit, most major trip 
cancellation insurance companies now waive limitations because of "pre-existing" 
medical conditions. If you have been treated, or arc taking medication, for any medical 
condition within 60 days of purchasing the insurance, make sure this waiver is part of 
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Friday. June 4 

Buoys and Bells. Square Dance 
Club presents "June Bug Stomp 
Dance". Guest caller will be Don 
Smith. Workshop is from 8-8:30 
p.m., Main Stream is from 8:30- 
10:30, Plus Tip at 10:30. Cost Is 
$3.50/person. The dance will be 
held at the First United Methodist 
Church, 128 N. Utlca St For more 
Information, call 362-0130 

Saturday, June 5 

11 a.m.-5 p.m. Summer Festival 
will be presented at Water's Edge 
School, 200 Barrington Rd. Festiv- 
ities Included live entertainment, 
stroles, lunch, puppet show, face 
painting and more.Admisslon is 
$5/famiIy. For more information, 
call 689-9547 

Sunday, June 6 

7-9 p.m. Open Gym at Antioch 
Community High' School, cost $2, 
adults only 

Monday, June 7 

12:45 p.m. Bingo at Antioch 
Senior Center, info, at 395-7120 

6:30 p.m., Bereavement support 
group for children or parents at St 
Paul The Apostle Church, 6401 
Gages Lake Rd. In Gumee, reg. 
nee, call 940-0779 for details 

7 p.m. Bingo at Antioch Moose 
Lodge, Rte. 173 west ofAntioch 

7 : 9 p.m. Post-high Men's Basket- 
ball at Antloch Evangelical Free" 
Church, call 395-4117 

7:30 p.m. Lakes Area Community , 
Band at ACHS, jhfo. at 395-5566 

Tuesday, June 8 

9-11 a.m. Ladies Bible Study at 
Antloch Evangelical Free Church, 
child care provided, call 395-4117 

9 a.m. - Noon Antioch United 
Methodist Church holds Parents 
Day Out for infants to 5 year olds, ' 
call 395-1362 

11 a.m. AARP (for adults 55 and 
older) meets at Antioch Senior 
Center, 817 Holbeck Dr., for more 
Info call 395-5068 

6:45 p.m. Antioch VFW Bingo, re- 
freshments available. Doors open 
at 4:30 p.m. Call John Kemlck, 
395-5393 

7:00-8:00 p.m. Weigh to Win 
program held at Calvary Christian . 
Center, Monaville Rd., west of Rte. 
83 in Lake Villa. Call 356-6181 
for Info. 

Wednesday, June 9 

A Safe Place/Lake County Crisis 
Center, free support group for' 
women victims of abuse meets in 
Round Lake, call 249-4450 

9 a.m. - Noon Antioch United 
Methodist Church holds Parents 
Day Out for infants to 5 year olds, 
call 395-1362 

1:00 p.m., Antloch Woman's Club 
regualr meeting at United 
Methodist Church of Antioch, info, 
at 395-4210 

7:30 p.m., Lakeland Newcomers - 
Club meets at State Bank of the 
Lakes in Lindenhurst, for more 
info., call 855-7434 

Thursday. June 10 

7:30 p.m. ACHS AMPS meets in 
band room, call 395-7826 



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COMMUNITY 



June 4, 1999 



Antioch Community High School names graduates 



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The following are graduation 
candidates of the Class of 1999 at 
the Antioch Community High 
School. 

April Abbott, Kendra Adams, 
Shannon Adams, Kenneth Adcllzzl, 
Dominic Acme, Salvador Agullar, 
Cynthia Aikus, Brianna Anderson, 
Stephen Arcndos, Tanya Amoux, Siaccy 
Asinr, Emily Ayrc, Thomas Baird, 
Jennifer Barbera, Sarah Bardzlnskl. 
William Bcdnar, P. J. Dcemcr, Ronnie 
Belclicr, Jr. 

Rebecca Bell, Alex Bergcr, Chancllc 
Bcrnt, Michael Bcrzanskls, jr., Sarah 
Bet lasso, Ryan Bet us Ink, Rebecca Blrrcn, 
Jennifer Blasko, Joshua Blough, Melissa 
Bock, Christopher Boesch, Erin Boodcy; 
Paul Booker, Brian Borchers, Shane Boyd, 
Colleen Bradck, Nicholas Brady, Patrick 
Bratikin, Timothy Brankin, Laura Brcnnn, 
Christopher Brosch, Brandy Brown. 

Christina Bruski, Richard Bucgc, 
Melissa Burgess, Joseph Burian, Gavin 
Burke, JDonna Burrcss, Steven Butkus, 
Nnilian Cardcn, Amie Carlbcrg, Chcri 
Case, Justin Cashmore, Sara Cashmorc, 
Paul Covanaugh, Scan Ccnicy, Christine 
Churvat, Matthew Chinskl, Kenneth 
Cichon, Sarah Clark, Daniel Clarke, 
Bonita Clavelte, Matthew Clutter. 

Marc Coin tri no, Denisc Colby, Kevin 
Collins, Nichole Cook, Joke Cromond, 
Colleen Crecgan, Trevor Crivello, Dena 
Cucnco, Scott Cvetkovic, Sebastian 
Dabrowskl, Scott Daltan, Aaron Dams, 
Sarah Dastic, Nicole Daugherty, Brian 
Davis, Koltlyn Davis, Laura Davis, Heather 



Dawson, Rhonda Decked. 

Kristin Dclstngcr, Phillip Delany II, 
Joel Dcllaria, Krystyn Dcmpscy, Beth 
dcRlvera, Shaun Dcxhclmcr, Gregory 
Dickson, Melissa Dlctz, Karen Drcnglcr, 
Christopher Drury, Meghan Dyer, 
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summer 




While this crazy and 
wacky weather may 
not seem fitting, it still 
is technically summer 
and we all know what: that 
means-It's time for some baseball! 

While most of our area high 
school teams are finished, the 
Carmel Corsairs are still alive in 
their quest for a state title. They 
play in the Schaumburg sectional 
this weekend against Zion-Ben ton. 
Then you have the pro's. The 
long balls are'fiyin' thus far as we 
near the midway point of the sea- 
son. Sammy, Mark, Griffey, Jr.— this 
should be a summer and season to 
remember with these guys and the 
. likes of many others chasing that 
70-dlnger mark, 

, Summer baseball will also be 
heating up in the area as well. 
Many area high schools will be 
playing, both on the sophomore 
and varsity levels. The sophomores 
will be competing in the North 
Shore summer leagues, with play 
beginning June 10. Meanwhile, the 
varsity teams will be playing sum- 
mer ball in IHSA BCA (Baseball ' 
Coaches Association) summer 
leagues, slated to begin play on 
June 14. And, of course, you have 
several area teams sponsored un-^... 
def theTutferican Legion. 



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June 4,1999 



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inning sunaues 




Sequoits fall in regional semi's 



BY JOHN PHELPS 
Sports Editor 



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ow, on a more touching note, 

I had the pleasure of talking with a 
gentlemen named Bo Kuriniec the 
other day. Bo's wife, Lynn, coaches 
oneof the Buffalo Grove teams in 
the "Buddy" Baseball organization. 

Buddy Baseball, for the record, 
is a handicapped little league which 
has a summer schedule and All-Star 
game the weekend of July 4th. 

"It's a great chance for kids to 
play and be a part of the team con- 
cept," said Bo. "Whereas else- 
where, they might not Have that 
opportuinty." 

The "Buddy" Baseball idea Is 
centered around each physically 
/mentally challenged kid having a 
buddy in the field physically assist- ' 
ing them. Buddies of the handi- 
capped players are usually kids age 

II through 20. 

Bo said there has been a great 
response, as many areas currently 
sponsor teams,. with the.closest to 
us being Jibertyville. 

Other areas having teams in- 
clude Mount Prospect, Elgin, and 
Park Ridge. 

The all-star game will be held 
at Emmerich Park on the Jay Jones 
Field. Emmerich Park is located on , 
the comers of Lake-Cook Road and 
Raupp Blvd, in Buffalo Grove. Barry 
Newman will be singing the Nation- 
al Anthem arid there should be 
many great and inspirational per- 
formances. Look for a more in- 
depth story in weeks to come! 

Finally, let's be careful out 
there! I was.coyering a regional 
semifinal last weekend and of all 
things, my car was greeted by a foul 
ball, which took'out the left side of 
my windshield. No harm,no foul. ■ 
But if you look up at a foul ball 
heading out of the park, don't think 
your car is iri jeopardy. It is! 



The fireworks were plentiful last 
Saturday, at Bo wen as the Sequoits 
and host Waukegan traded blows 
like a couple of heavyweight fighters. 

However, when the final inning 
came to a close, AhUoch found 
themselves on the short end of a 10- 
5 decision in the regional semifinals. 

"Take away the. fourth inning 
and we're' inbuslness," said head 
coach Paul Petty. 

"Our hit and 
runs and some 
trickery worked 
really well for us. 
It was the funda- 
mental aspects 
that weren't so 
good." 

Petty's reference to the fourth 
inning was due to the- fact that 
Waukegan posted five runs to pull in 
front for good at 7-5. 

Antloch, which ended the sea- 
son 22-15, held a 4-2 advantage after 
its four-run outburst in the top of the 
third,- 

In that inning, Brandon Clutts (1 
for 2, RBI, two runs scored) led off 
with a walk and stole second. He 
then advanced to third on a Ray 
George single and later scored on a 
sacrifice flybjr€hrls Kocinskl ; (2 for~ 
3, double, RBI). \ 

Then with one out, senior first 
baseman Pat Straub clubbed a two- 
run blast over the left-center field 
wall and a 3-2 Sequoit advantage. 

Brian Larie's groundout with 
two outs then scored Jason Schuler, 
who earlier walked, to put Antioch 



John Phelps can be reached at. , 
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*Take away the fourth 

inning and we're 

in business' 

Paul Petty 
Head Coach 



ahead, 4-2. 

The Sequoits added a run in the 
top of the fourth inning when Clutts, 
who led off with a single, scored on 
an attempted pickoff play on Kocin- 
ski at first 

Waukegan then erupted for five 
runs in its half of the fourth, with the 
key hit being a two-run double fol- 
lowed by a two-run single that ulti- 
mately led to a 7-5 Bulldog advantage. , 

Waukegan added a three-run 
homer in the bottom of the sixth to 
seal the game. 

"We hit the ball 
well today but just 
had too many er- 
rors," added Petty. 
"I think we let Ken 
(Cichon)goalittle 
too long. But we 
were pleased-he 
did what we wanted and that was to 
go 3 or 4 innings for us." 

Cichon (3-5) was saddled with 
the loss after tossing three and two- 
third innings of six-hit ball. 

Waukegan had to overcome 
some costly baserunning errors. 

"They got themselves out of trou- 
ble despite those errors," said Petty. 
"You never bringa knife to a gunfight 
and that's what we did today." 

Last Thursday, the Sequoits 
earned the right to play Waukegan 
following a 6-3 victoryover the flesty 
Panthers in the first round of the re- 
gionals. - 

Clutts clubbed a three-run triple 
with two outs in the bottom of the 
sixth to put Antloch up, 6-3. 

Clutts also picked up the win in 
relief after the Panthers tied the 
game at 3-3. 





Pfnch-hitter Tom Bafrd of Antioch gets ready for the pitch during 
the regional semifinal game against Waukegan fast weekend. — 
Photo by John Phelps 



Deadline nearing 
Prairie State games 




The deadline is fast approaching 
to compete' in the 16th annual 
Prairie State Games June 25 to 27 in 
Southwestern Illinois. 

For most of the individual sports 
the deadline to compete without 
paying a $5 late fee is June 4. The en- 
try fee Is $18 for most of the sports. 

Individual sports available to all- 
comers are archery, bowling, diving, 
figure skating, women's gymnastics, 
horseshoes, judo, karate, powerlift- 
ing, shooting , swimming, table ten- 
: nis, tennis, track and field, weightlift- 
ing and wrestling. Water polo and 
baton twirling will be offered on a re- 
gional basis. Competitors are 
grouped according to age and/of 
ability, depending oh the sport. Sev- 
eral of the sports offer competition . 
- for Masters athletes. 

Additionally;, there; are some 



team openings in youth tourna- 
ments in soccer, basketball, football, 
: volleyball and cheerleading. There is 
also a 30-and-pver division in soccer. 
The team fees vary. 

Opening Ceremonies at 8 p.m. 
Friday, June 25 at Ralph Korte Stadi- 
um at Southern Illinois University 
Edwardsville. 

The Prairie State Games, now in 
its fifth year in Southwestern Illinois, 
is Illinois' largest amateur sports fes- 
tival. It is the recognized State 
Games of Illinois. More than 7,000 
athletes competed at the Finals last 
year. 

; Applications are available at 
YMCA and Associated Bank facilities 
throughout the state. For additional 
information or to obtain an applica- 
tion, contact the Prairie State Games 
at (618) 632-1002. 



Lady Sequoits advance 



BY JOHN PHELPS 
Sports Editor 



ATHLETES OF THE WEEK 



Name: Pat Straub 
Schook Antioch 
Sports Baseball' 
■Yean Senior 
Last week's stats: The 
senior first- baseman 
belted a two-run homer in 
last week's regional semifinal 
loss to Waukegan. 




Name: Megs Kotlarz 
School: Antioch 
- Sport: Softball 
Yean junior 
Last week's stats: The 
junior, shortstop was se- 
lected by regional coaches 
to participate inthe hittingder- 
'by', starting June 10 arid culminating 
June 12. Kotlarz finished the season 
with a .398 batting average and had a 
.656 slugging percentage. 



The Antioch varsity softball 
team's season took another step 
forward after its 15-2 victory (five 
Innings) over North Chicago in 
first-round regional action Mon- 
day. 

The eighth-seeded Sequoits 
were never contested, as" they 
banged out. 19 hits on the after- 
noon. . 

"We pretty much controlled the 
game," said head coach Steve. 
Wapon. "We did what we had to do." 

Offensively, Jamie Knuth was 1 
for 1 with a three-run homer, Megs 
Kotlarz 2 for 4 with a solo homer, 
double, four RBIs and two runs 
scored,. Megan Hagglund 1 for 1 
with one run scored, and, Nicole 
Astar run scored. 

"We played sound defense," 
added Wapon. 

Last weekend, the Sequoits, 
currently 10-23 on the year, posted 
a second-place finish in the Anti- 
och Quad. 

Antioch prevailed 15-7 over 
Regina Dominican in first-round 
action. 

Knuth went 3 for 6 with a triple, 
three runs scored and four RBIs; 
: Carrie Hagglund 2 for 4 with a run 
scored and three RBIs, and Kris ten 
Curran 1 for.S , including a three-, 
run triple, to pace the Sequoit of- 
fense. 

Venlssa Taulbee added two 
hits, including a double and one 
run scored, and freshman Laura 



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Weber two hits with one RBI and 
two rims scored. 

Sophomore Abby Thomas 
earned the pitching victory, upping 
her record to 8-15. 

Antioch's fortunes were not as 
good In the championship, falling 
'9-2 to Glenbard West. 

"They were a pretty tough 
team," said Wapon. "Hits were a lit- 
tle harder to come by for us." 

Curran went 2 for 3 with an RBI 
and Kotlarz was 1 for 2 with an RBI. 
Kaeleen O'Connell and Taulbee 
also collected a hit apiece in the 
losing effort. 

And speaking of Kotlarz, a ju- 
nior and two-year starter, was re- 
cently voted by regional coaches to ' 
compete in the IHSA hitting derby. 
The event will, take place at the 
state finals in DeKalb at Mary Bell 
Field. Preliminaries begin at 4:30 
on Thursday, June 10, with the fi- 
nals being held Saturday, June 12 at 
6 p.m..' 

Kotlarz currently holds a .398 •■ 
batting average, .532 on-base per- 
centage, arid .656slugging percent- 
age. In the field, she has recorded 
93 (putouts and assists) in' 102 .! 
chances, good for a .913. fielding 
percentage. 

Other stats and stuff 

Second baseman Melissa Bock ;| 

currently holds a .287 batting aver- 

• age. and .485 onrbase, percentage. . 

Bock has recorded 126 putouts and 

assists (70;56)' out of 143*chances. 

Kotlarz and Bock were recently . 
selected All-conference winners for 
the North Suburban. 



A1 /Lakeland Newspapers 




June 4, 1999 



Lakeland Newspapers highlights the public courses in Lake County 

Part2of3 



FOUR WINDS G.C. 




Address: 23110 W. Route 176, Mundeleln 
Phone: (647) 566-B502 
Pan 71 
Holes: 18 

Yard age: 6,500 (back tees) 
Head P.GJL pro: Brian Smith 
Difficulty: Moderate-Difficult 

Easy holes: #2 (par 3, 154), #5 (par 4, 393), #16 (par 3, 179) 
Difficult holes: #3 (par 4, 428), its (par 5, 592), #17 (par 5, 545) 
Signature hole: #18 (par 4, 349), A dogleg left, this uphill finishing hole re- 
quires accuracy off the tec as well as an approach shot to an undulating green, 
which Is guarded pretty severley by sand bunkers. 

Clubhouse amenities: Driving range and putting green available to players. 
Four Winds offers a full-service restaurant and bar. Banquets and golf outsings 
arc also available and encouraged. 

Price: Weekdays $39 (cart Included); weekends -$52 (cart Included). Mon.- Fri- 
day seniors (50 and over) can play until 10 a.m. for $29 (cart included). 
Comment: "The course is very picturesque and in great shape. Many big oak 
trees and creeks challenge players of all levels. We also have watered fair- 
ways. "-Brian Smith 
Lakeland's rating: 4 out of 5 tees. 



BRAE LOCH G.C. 

Address: 33600 Route 45, Grayslake 

Phone: (847) 223-5542 

Pan 70 

Holes: 18 

Yardage: 5,876 

Head P.G.A. Pro/manager: Peggy Hoger (Manager) 

Difficulty: Easy-Moderate 

Easy holes: #3 (par 3, 121), #6 (par 3, 185), #12 (par 4, 298), #17 (par 4, 

291). 

Difficult holes: #4 (par 5, 486), #15 (par 5, 559), #16 (par 5, 512). 

Signature holc(s): #16 (par 5, 512). A beautiful slight dogleg right par-5 

that is forgiving off the tee. Players will probably layup for their second 

shot because the approach is to a green surrounded by a pond. 

Clubhouse amenities: Brae Loch offers a snack shop with full-service 

bar. Putting surface for practice is available. Banquets and luncheons for 

weddings and golf outings also available. 

Price: value package during the week is $40 for two people on a cart. This 

&ackage is also available after 3 p.m. on the weekends. 
ro/Monagers's comments: The course is fairly easy because It is flat 
and easy to walk. But almost every hole is lined with trees and there are 
plenty of sand bunkers. A good challenge for all skill levcls.-Peggy Hoger 
Lakeland's rating: 3 out of 5 tees 



Remaining 1999 PGA Tour Schedule 



PATS TOURNAMENT 

Jun3-6 Memorial Tournament 

Jun 10-13 FedEx St. Jude Classic 



LOCATION/TV COVERAGE 

Muirfield Village Golf Club, 
Dublin, OH (USA/CBS) 

TPCatSouthwind, 
Memphis, TN (ESPN/ABC) 



Jun 17-20 U.S. Open Championship Pinehurst Resort and Country 
Club 

Pinehurst, N.C. (ESPN/ABC) 



Jun 24-27 Buick Classic 

Jul 1-4 Motorola Western Open 



Westchester Country Club, 
Rye, NY (ESPN/ABC) 

Cog Hill Golf & Country Club, 
Lemont, IL (ESPN/ABC) 



Jul 8-11 Greater Milwaukee Open presented by Miller Lite 

Brown Deer Park Golf Course, 
Milwaukee, WI (ESPN /ABC) 




The natural beauttfication preserved at Thunderhawk is portrayed with wetlands located through- 
out the course. Thunderhawk is recognized by the Audubon Society and will receive the Audubon 
Signature tag assigned only to courses which work hand-in-hand with the natural environment In 
which it is located.-^Sudm/tted photos by Pat Wadeckl 

THUNDERHAWK GOLF CLUB 



Address: 39700 N. Lewis Ave., Beach Park 
Phone: (847) 872-HAWK 
Par: 72 
Holes: 18 

Yardage; 6,631 (regular tees) 
Head P.G.A. pro: Mike Jones 
Difficulty; Moderate-Difficult 

Easy holes: #1 (par 4, 394), #2 (par 5, 545), #3 (par 3, 153) 
Difficult holes: #9 (par 4, 452), #16 (par 5, 568), #18 (par 
5, 559) 

Signature hole: #18 (par 5, 559). A terrific par-5 with a 
generous fairway but tree-lined on both sides. Most likely 
a three-shot hole with the approach shot heading straight 
at the clubhouse to an uphill green, which fs fronted by a 
rock incline to a smaller green. Length definitely adds to 
the test, where if played from the tips, measures 600 
yards. 

Clubhouse amenities: Thunderhawk offers a full-ser- 
vice pro shop and restaurant and bar. Locker rooms and 
showers also available. Banquet facilities that seat up to 



250 people also available. Enjoy a sandwich in the Tall : j 
Tails Grille on the back patio, which overlooks the majes- 
tic finishing hole. 

Thunderhawk also offers putting greens, grass and mattetl 
driving range, a chipping area, and practice bunker avail- -- 
able to players/guests. Lessons also available. \ 

Price: Non-residents, weekdays, $89 (includes cart and 
bucket of range balls). Weekends (non i resldents)-$94 (in- 
cludes cart). Note: These rates are a one-price fee, 
whether walking or riding. 

Lake County residents enjoy a $20 discount on all rates. 
Reservations accepted up to two weeks in advance. 
Comment: "Another Robert Trent Jones, Jr. gem. Thun- 
derhawk Is a championship designed course built over a 
243-acre forest preserve. Built on a 243-acre forest pre- 
serve, this bute mixes mature oaks, prestine wetlands and 
native prairie grasses. Fairways generous and wide but ac- 
curacy very crucial on many shots. Challenging to all skill 
levels, with five sets of tees. -Mike Jones 
Lakeland's rating: 5 out of 5 tees. 






WHITE DEER RUN GOLF CLUB 




Address: 250 W. Gregg's Pkwy., Vernon Hills 
Phone: (847) 680-6100 
Pan 72 
Holes: 18 

Yardage: 6,237 (Blue tees) 
Head P.GJL pro: Craig Carney 
Difficulty: Moderate-Difficult 
Easy holes: #15 (par 3, 151), #7 (par 4, 334), #16 (par 4, 
303). 

Difficult holes: #3 (par 5, 51 1), #18 (par 4, 398), #6 (par - 
5, 536). 

Signature hole: #8 (par 3, 142). A beautiful par-3 with a 
lake behind the green. The undulating green is also sur- 
rounded by sand bunkers all around the perimeter. 
Clubhouse ameniUes: The clubhouse will be complet- 
ed towards the end of June. It will include a full-service 

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bar and grille offering lunch and dinner. Outings will be 
scheduled almost every Monday. Locker rooms with 
showers will be available for guests (when the clubhouse 
opens). Practice green and heated/covered driving range 
also available for players. 

Price: One rate-$65 (including cart). Rates subject to 
change near the end of June when the clubhouse Is 
completed. Reservations taken up to seven days in ad- 
vance. 

Comment: "This links-style course offers a variety of 
challenges. The'course is very open but sand traps are in 
abundant supply, to the tune of apporxi mately 5 and a 
half acres worth. Bent grass fairways and greens. The 
course's indifferent holes and five sets of tees add variety 
and Is fair to every skill level-Craig Carney 
Lakeland's rating: 4 out of 5 tees. 





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DONT KEEP ME WAITING 
OuigolngSWrnomof one, 34, S'8T. with inborn hdktnd preen 
eyes, who enjoys iports, bowling and mora, b tookkig tor in 
w wooing, rauonwtt SWM, ovoi 29, with i grail lense ol 
humof.Adl.Ki3 

A KIND LISTENER 
Porsonabla SWPF. 61, 5T. UOfct., with dark hak/eyns, who 
enjoys seulpling. painting and ploying (oik guitar, u ISO i 
worm-haeiied SWM, 48-60, who kkos dancing end tha theater. 
Ad 1. 9303 

READY TO SETTLE DOWN 
Sweet and humorous SWF, 23, 58". l9Qtoi„ a btoo-eyed 
brunoflo, seeks in energetic, outgoing and open-minded 
SWM. 16-26. Adl.9338 

PERFECT MATCH 
Attractive, slender SWF, 4 8 , who enjoy i fine dining, coo fccuta, 
(osuvais and mora, b seeking a handsome SWM. Adi.7952 

THE CHOICE 1SYOURS 
SWF, 50, ST. MOfes . with blonde hail and hazal eyes, who 
enjoys reading, dining out. movies, dancing, taking walks and 
more, b hoping to meet i SWM. 48-55. Adt.6340 

DINNER & A MOVIE? 
Ambitious and caring DW mom, 52. ST, 1 7Sfcs , who enjoys 
bowtng, camping, long wall ind the outdoor*, la Making a - 
handsome SWM, 45-65, with slrmai interests, Adi-3023 

— KINDRED SPIRIT 
Outgoing SW mom, 39, ST, 1 30b* ., with brown ha if and btua 
eyes, who enjoyt gardening, spending lime with her daughter, 
movies, rearing and mote, ■ looking tor a Ion-loving, easyco- 
tog SWM. 37-48. who rtei cMdren Adl.1629 

WAtTINQ FOR YOUR CALL 
Ouigong. organized, retired SWPF. 67. 5T. 185bs., with" 
brown hair/eyes, enjoy* playing piano, theater, dancing and 
playing cards on the computer. She seeks a SWPM. 55-65. 

* CELEBRATE UFE 

Petite, tun-loving D W mom, 40. with fight brown hair and green 
eyes, who enjoyt reading, outdoor fcirvrbes and tnvem. it 
seeking an honest SWM, 36-45, tor companionship, Adl.5133 

WORK ETHIC 
Active, creatM SWF. 4 1 , 55", with blonde heir and blue eyes, 
very fit who enjoys reading, gotl. jogging, cooking and mote, 
is looking for i sincere, energetic SWM, 35-45, who knows - 
what they want From We. Ad • . 9774 

HONESTVALUES 
Petite SW mom , 26, wtntl to get together with an honest, car- 
ing SWCM. 2607. to share her interests in movies, music. 
moonkl walks, outdoor activities and stimulating eonvetsa- 
tons.Adl.5201 

INSPIRED LADY 
SWF. 52. 5* I". 1 lets, with btonde hair, who fckes walks on the 
beach, hiring, antiques and more, b ISO a SWPM. 45-59. with 
Simla r Interests. Ad». 6954 

HAPPY IN UFE 
Happy, personable SWF. 41. who enjoys the (healer, music, 
creative arts. Sva entertainment and dining out is seeking a 
suaassld.cpen-nTincted5WM.Adi.5958 , 
SOMEONE SPECIAL 
Petri*, attractive SWF, 51. who enjoys bng walks/gauge 
sales, flea markets, movies and concerts, s seeking an active. 
enwooteSWM.Adl.933! 

GAMBLE ON ME 
Friendly, outgoing SWF, 31. 5"5\ with brown hair and hue! 
eyes, who enjoys bng w»3ts ind ihe outdoors, is seeling an 
honest SWM. who kkes children. Adl.5960 . , 
SHARE EVERYDAY THINGS 
Outgoing, good-humored, recently WWW mom. 39. 511", with 
brown hai/eyes. loves voleybal, swimming, bowing, fishing 
and camping. She's looking tor an affectionate, sociable 
SWM, 37-48. Adi3036 

SIMILAR INTERESTS? 
An educated SWM. 25-35, who enjoys dancing, clubbing, the 
outdoors, traveling and more, is the perlect match tot this 
effervescent SWF7 30. 56*, ItOlbs,, With reddish-brown hai 
and blue eyes Adi.9732 

TAKE A CHANCE 
Outgoing. cpervminded SWPF, 29. 5'4\ I17tos, with brown 
hair/eyes, is looking tot a SWM. 24-50. lot friendship fast, pos- 
story a long-leim romance. She enjoys working out and new 
etpenences. Adf 3844 

READY FOR ROMANCE 
Pleasant SWF, 40, 5T, wtth blonde hat and brown eyes, who 
enjoys movies, dancing, dining out and quakty conversation, 
hat her heart set on meeting a sincere, handsome SWPM. 37- 
47, Ad 1. 6330 

LET THINGS DEVELOP 
II you enjoy watching movies, the outdoors, going to church 

and long walki. you have* tat in common vwrt th"s iiiiMW. ■ 
caimg SWF, 34. Mondnh-toown hail and green eyes, She 
demes a mature SWM. 34-41. tor great companionship. 
A04.7420 . 

CAPTURE HER ATTENTION 
Shy SWF. 54, 5*4*. llOtos.. with red hair and brown eyes. 
whose interests include travel, hiking, jazz and classical 
muse, the oukJoos and dining out. is looking lot an energetic 
SWPM. 44-55. who Was Ua to uia lullesl. Ad I 1 65 1 

JUST SAY YES 
Sen-employed WWWP mom of one. 43. petite, with dark 
auburn ha it and brown eyes, who enjoys Ihe outdoors, travel- 
ing, dining out and spoils. Is looking lor a lamity-orienled 
SWPM. 35-48. N'S Ad7B073 

THIS IS IT 
S lender SWPF. 40. 55", with brown hair/eyes, who enjoys bike 
rdinq. travel and more, is seeking a handsome. inieSigenl 
SWM. over 35, to have fun with. Adl.1692 

CLASSY LADY * 
Very attractive, slender and petite SWPF, 45. 52". i2S*s . 
with blonde hair and brown eyes, is searching for an educat- 
ed, handsome SWM. 40-50, who enjoys naiute. camping, the- 
atre and more, Adi 9003 

, A STUDENT 
Fun-loving and energetic SWF. 18, 53'. IJOtos. with rod hair 
and lighi blue eyes, who enjoys horses and the outdoors. Is 
looking lot a SWM. 16-19, Adl.6630 

ROAD TO ADVENTURE 
Attractive, caring SWF, 53. 51*. 109rbs., a blue-eyed blonde, 
who enjoys movies, long walks, dining out and quiel conver- 
sation, a looking tor in honest SWM. 50-58, who is confident 
and ouigoing. Adi 8530 

UNTIL NOW 
Attractive, humorous SWF, 65. ST. 12013S.. with teddistv- 
btande ha* and blue eyes. N/S. who enjoys dining out. travel 
movies, ihe beach, dancing and romantic everunos. seeks a 
SWM, 58-66 Ad».7l51 

ADVENTURE AWAITS 
Energelic. intettigenl SWF, 46. 57*. 125*5 . with blonde hart 
and green eyes, who enjoys reading, long walks, (ravel, for- 
eign Wrra and ihe opera, is seeking a fun-loving SWM. 45-62. 
who knows what they want from trie. Adi 3438 

EXCEPTIONAL 
Meet this atuactiva SHF. 41. pebte, with short black ha it. 
because she's hoping to gel together with a considerate, lam- 
ty-oriented SWM, 38-55. Adl.6962 

DISCOVER LOVE 
Senaitrve. yet bubbly and outgoing, this SWF, 41, 4"1Q", with 
blown hair and gieen eyes, who enjoys music, movies and 
more, seeks a canng and acuve SWM, 35-45. lot companbn- 
ship. maybe mote. Adf .9433 

SENSUOUS SOUL MATE 
Cheerful and ouigoing are a few words you could use to 
desafce this SWPF, 52. 5'3". with red hair. She enjoys music, 
nature, wiiiing. Wing hie to the fullest and seeks a compauble 
SWM, 47-56. Adl.8992 ~- ■-, 

QUIET NATURE 
DWPF. 44. 511". fun-figured, with btonde hair and blue eyes. 
who enjoys dancing, tho theater, movies, sailing, leading and 

3uiei evenings, is searching for an honest, humorous SWM, 
5-52, AdOB47 

TOUCH OF CLASS 
Caring, loving DW mom. 45. with brown hair/eyes, who enjoys 
playing golf, traveling and movies, is seeking a sinceie SWM, 
over 40. HIS. Adi.35W 

HOLD ONTO YOUR HEART 
Caring, humorous SWF, 63. S'S*. 135fcs , with sail and peppet 
hair, brown eyes, who enjoys votonteaing, long walks, bowl- 
ing, batuoom dancing and quiet evenings at home, seeks an 
active SWM. 58-70. wtth similar Interests. Adi.6684 

GROW WITH ME 
Warm-hearted OWF, 57, 5', 130fcs., with brown hair and green 
eyes, who enjoys the opera, camping and traveling. Is seeking 
an active, fun-foving SWM, 50-69, Adi. 1 945 
FROM THE HEART 
SWF. 41, ST, a blue-eyed blonde, who enjoys musk, the the- 
atre and kve entertainment, seeks a successful SWM, 3848. 
Adi ,3580 

CREATIVE SPIRIT 
Fun-figured SWF. 42, 53", who enjoys movies, computers and 
dming out, Is seeking an tntebMnl, humorous SWM, N/S, 
Adl.4457 . 

TOPS THE LIST 
AruacUve SWPF, 34, petite, with dark .hair ond hazel eyes, 
woukj enjoy sharing life with a SWPM, 35-43, who enjoys 
working out, movies, fine dining, the theater, dancing and 
muslc.Adl.e3l7 

' ; FROM THE HEART 

Caring SWF. 26. 55*. with bbnc'bh-biown hair and blue eyes, 
who enjoys museums, dining out. movies, travel and animals, 
b looking for a downto- earth SWM, 29-34, N/S. who likes chil- 
dren. Adl.1470 . ,, .- - 

CIRCLE THIS ' 
Humorous, sweel SWF. 33, 5'6\ with ditty btonde hair, who 
enjoys cooking, socializing end keeping busy, would bke to 
meet an intelligent SWM, 30-36, Nffi.Aoi.5195 

TIME TO ENJOY LIFE 
Kind, outgoing, physically (it SW mom, 46, ST. I08tos.. with 
long reddish-brown hair and brown eyes, enjoys children, golf, 
walks and traveling. She seeks, an attractive SWM. 42-52. 
510". lor a monogamous relationship. Ad 1, 1239 





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Wslkm reading, trevelng and qvHel evenings ere foe Interests 
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eyes. She is seeking • thoughtful, honest ind caring SWM , 65- 
75. who is ■ N/S, non-drinker. Adl.3 160 

SIMPLY ALLURING 
Easygoing SWF, 34. ST. with brown hak and blue eyes, is 
searching lot a trustworthy SWM, 35-45. who enjoys crafts, 
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Good-natured SW mom. 34. 5*, HObs , a country gti, with 
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Caring, humorous and ambitious SW mother of one, 36. 5'2", 
1251)$.. with brown hat /eyes, who anjoyt her job, horseback 
ridtog. the outdoors and more, b seeking a sincere, generous 
SVM3S42.wtwfilrMcMdren.Adl.6a30 

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Fit. sociable SWF. IS. 410*. with fedofeh-brown hair ind green 
eyes, who enjoys reeding, writing and music, b in search ol a 
SWM, 16-19.Adl.127S 

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Good-headed, seff -respecting SW mom of one, 21, S'6\ 
lOSbt., b ISO a stable, caring and ktiarfganl SWM, 21-29. who . 
toveskids. Her interests inckxie tports. museums and hangrtg 
out with friends. Ad».2G34 

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SWF. 55, ST. petite, with lubum hair and haiel eyes, who 
enjoys torn watkj, okbes musJc, punies and crafts, woukj fikato 
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This open-minded, adventurous SWF, 25, 5". 1i3tos. wiih daik 
hak and eyes, kkes the beach, traveling, cooking and going to 
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lomanlic relationship. Adl.9275 

LOOKING FOR LOVE 
OWF, 45. S'6\ testis., amactrve and physeaSy fci. a teacher 
wiSi one child and diverse interests, is seeking a SWM. 40-55, 
for fun. passion, companionship, friendsho and a tag-term 
relationship Adl.9239 

OLD FASHIONED • 
Shy SW mom. 44. with long brown hai/eyes, who enjoys Jong 
drives in the country, seeks a famiiy-orieniod SWM. 4049, lot 
friendship firs!. Adi 8744 

CONVERSATION & MORE 
Sophisticated, outgoing, sett-employed SWF, 46. 5V, with tght 
brown hak and blue eyes, loves sports, dancing, dining out, 
reading end walks. She s looking tor a fun-toving. sincere SWM, 
44-5S, who enjoys i variety of actrvfbes. Adl.5850 
SWEET EMBRACEABLEYOU 
Compassionate SWF, * l. 54'. wifli long reddish-brown hair and 
blown eyes, who enjoys boiling, hiking and motorcycles, is ISO 
an honest and caring SWM, 40-50, who bves country Me as 
much as she does. Adi.7581 

MOTIVATED 
SSF. 20. 5*5*. 137b i . with black hak, who enjoys dancing, the 
outdoors and more, a looking for a kind, sincere SUM, 18-27. 
Adl.64B6 

WANT TO KNOW? CALL 
Sweet DWF. 53. is looking tor a fun SWM. 49-60. who's inlet- 
esled in pursuing i relationship. She enjoys country music, 
movies, stamp collecting and plays. Adl.9199 

TENNIS ANYONE 
Altrscbve. fun-toving. educated DWF, a young 52. 57. 120fes„ 
with blonda hair and blue eyes, enjoys sports, the outdoors and 
more. She seeks a secure, honest. irtteUtgenl handsome SWM, 
45-55. tor a posstfe long-term relattonshp.Adl.9673 

LOTSTO OFFER 
SWF. 33. S'S*, with auburn hak and haiet eyes, who enjoys 
laughter, b hoping to meet a setf-oonWenl. aRocttonala SWM, 
28-45, whose interests include boating and trail riding. Adi .8940 

RENAISSANCE WOMAN 
Adventurous SWPF. 46, S'S", 135tos., with short reddish-btown 
hak and green eyes, who entoys jogging, swimming, biking, 
drawing and sowing. Is ISO an inieikjeni DWCPM. 40-52. 
■AdU197 

FRIENDSHIP FIRST 
Easygoing. Intelligent SWF, 39, 5'4\ who enjoys cooking, read- 
ing, movies, swimming and outdoor activities, is ISO a stable, 
employed, professional SM. to spend lime with.Adl.4249 

TRAVEL WITH ME 

Pretty, slender SWF, 4 1 , with long blonde hak and blue eyes, a 

professional, who enjoys spotting events, the arte, ethnic dining 

. and cultural events, is in seaich ol an adventurous SWM. 

Adi.8254 

ROMANCE IS ALIVE? 
Cute, funny, loving DW mom. 40, 5T, lOOfes- with brown 
haii/eyes, seeks a trustworthy, honest, helpful, spontaneous 
SWM, 38-43. with a good sense of humor. She loves the out- 
doors, keeping acuve, working out and volunteer work. 
Adl.5S17 

FRIENDSHIP 
Easygoing SWF, 20, 6' 10*, with long dark hair and brawn eyes, 
who enjoys concerts, art, travel and more, seeks a caring, tad- 
back SWM. 19-25, with agrealsense of humor, Adl.6885 

TALL.TAN. PRETTY 
Attractive SWPF. 47, with btonde hail and blue eyes, seeks a 
handsome SWPM, 46-52, who b emotionaty and finanlcaDy 
secure. Has a great per sonalrty and enjoys Ihe simple things in 
■kle.Adl.9524 

COUNT ON HERI 
SW grandmother, 54, ST. ful-hgued, with blonde hak and 
. hue/ eyes, who enjoys music, movies, country drives, family 
time and dining out, would like to meol a oompabbla SWM, over 
50, tor qualify Times together. AJI.3470 
i RADIANT 
Reliable, kind SWF, 27. 5*4*. with dirty btonde hair and blue 
eyes, who enjoys the outdoors and spending tune with friends, 
would tove to get to know a tab beck SWM, 25-34, who enjoys 
children. Adl.7417 

SHE'S A WINNER 
Attractive, intelligent SWPF. 60. ST, I25bs.. with auburn hair 
and green eyes, whose Intel ests include dining out. dancing, ill- 
ness, travel, music, reading and mote, seeks a SWPM. over 54, 
NTS. A4I.6631 

SHARE MY WORLD 
AttiBcirve, fun loving SAPF, 54, petite, with dark hair/eyes, 
enjoys movies, gardening, dining oul and spoils. She seeks an 
educated, lun-loving and respectful SPM, over 45. Ad 1.8650 



HERE SHE IS 
Humorous, loving SWPF. 45. 5*3'. with btonde hair and green 
eyes, who enjoys biwcErtg, swirrvnlng, worktog out music, and 
(ravel, b seeking a SrOWPM. 43-52. R/S. Adi.6707 

HERE SHE IS GUYS 
SWF, 51, 5*2*. with brown hat/eyes, who enjoys tavoing. 
painting and living kle to ihe fullest, b seeking a compabble 
SWM, 55-72. tot friendship fit si Adi. 6 1 98 

HAPPY LIFESTYLE 
Petite SWF, 47, with dark brown hak and green eyes, who 
enjoys ouktoor activities, movies, dining out. working around her 
home and mo re, wants to meet an ec&ve SWM. Ad* 605! 

CALL ME 
She's a vivacious SWF, 40, 5tT, with btom.'e hair and btue eyes, 
who enjoys reading , the outdoors, and dining out She's seeling 
a warm, mature, intellectual SWPM, 39-49, tor a possfclo leta- 
tionshp.Adl.6613 

OPEN FOR NEW THINGS . 
Alttactive SWCF, 53, 5*10", with btonde hair and huei eyes, b 
seeking a SWM, 43-65, tor friendship and great times. She 
enjoys Irving irfe to the fulesi, music, cooking, traveling and 
more.Adi.1668 

TIME WILL TELL 
Sincere, kind SWF, 43, 56". 1 73 toi.. with blown hair/eyes, who 
enjoys going tot wans, reading and television, a seeking a 
down-to-earth SWM. 50-55. Adi .3677 

LOOKING FOR A FRIEND' 
Attractive SWF, 45, 5'9", t90t».. with brown has/eyes, who 
enjoys swimming. Ihe beach, camping, walking in the park and 
leading, seeks an outgoing SWM. 4 5-55. Ad 1.863 1 

. FIND TRUE HAPPINESS 
Best deserted as shy at first, but more open and funny with 
time, this SWF. 24. s'B". with reddish-brown hak and green 
eyes, wants to hear from an agreeable SWM. 22-30. In her free 
lime, she loves dancing, mniabire golf and gel together! with 
friends. Adi.9406 

COMPATIBLE? 
Employed SWF, 63. ST, ISOtos, who enjoys sewing, cooking, 
bowling and dining out, seeks an honest SM, tor companion' 
shp.Adl.9S63 

HAPPYTRA1LSTOYOU 
V titan! SWPF, 58, 5T, 120tos.. with dark hak and blown eyes, 
a lover ot horses, who enjoys tral riding, b ISO an open and 
honest SM. 53-62, with snilar kiletosts . Ad 1 .6936 

SIMPLY THE BEST 
Personable, loving SWF, 46, 56", 125bs., with auburn hair and 
blue eyes, b in search ot a sincere SWM. 45-52. NTS. Adl.6809 

GOOD COMPANY 
Easygoing, humorous SWF, 32. 5', 120tos., with dirk brown 
hair/eyes, enjoys movies, shopping, dining oul and mote. She 
b looking forward to meeting an honest SWM, over 70. 
Adl.4552 

SPRING IS IN THE AIR 
Caring, honest WWWF, 36, tun-figured, b seeking a heavysel. 
fun-toving SWM. 35-43. who enjoys dining out, movies and 
mora.Adl.7134 

KNOWS WHAT SHE WANTS 
Attractive SHF, 40, 5*7, 120bs„ who enjoys drawing and 
Mexica n da ncin g. is seeking a ma lure, honest SHM. Adi.6573 

CAN WE HAVE FUN? 
This SWF. 48. 5*6". I35tos.. with blonde hair and blue eyes, b 
vivacious and hat a great passion lor kle. She enjoys working 
out. reading, dancing and dining out with that special someone, 
; a compabble SWM, 44-51, who knows how lo treat • lady. 
Adl.9111 " . 

HONESTY A MUST 
Trustworthy SWF. 20. S'B". 16Sbs., with brownish-blonde hair 
and blue eyes, who enjoys sports and traveling, would kke to 
meelaSWM,21-27.Adl.1135 

A MIRROR IMAGE 
Oa-tashioned SWF. 18. ST. lasts, with brown hai/eyes. b 
looking lot a SM, 18-23. Ad 1, 5633 

AHEYOUTHEONE? v 
Much cheer and fun wil come your way when meeting this SBF, 
35,wr«kke3frKrvies,f^vs,r^rfltothemmardipervjingtme 
with her son. She seeks a SBM. 34-40, who b dependent. 
kiteBgwt and knows what he wants In kle. Adi.2172 
SOMEONE JUST LIKEYOU , 
Motorcycles, outdoor sports and auto racing are interests ol this 
comical DWP mom, 38. 5'6*. with brown hav and blue eyes. She 
is hoping lo meet a SWM. 40-55, wiih sirriai interests. 

F1NDOUTTODAY 
Poised, gracious SAF, 57, with da ik brown hai/eyes, who 
enjoys travel, dining oul, walking and moie, is seeking a kind- 
heailed. loving and sincere SWM, 57-64. Adi.2515 

SHE'SYOUR LADY 
Outgoing, talked SWF. 68, 5T, 135lbs., with blonde hair and 
blue eyes, who entoys movies, arts and ciafts, Is seeking an 
honest, active SWM, 60-69. Adl.9631 




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Energetic SWPM, 36, ST. 169tjt, w*h brown hak/eyes. NTS, : 
who enjoys bicycing, camping, auto raong and the outooors, b 
seeking an inractive. active SWF, 34 -39, rVs. Adi .2836 

WORTH A TRY 
Meal Ihb tunny SWM, 22. Sir. 240tos.. with brown hat and 
btoe eyes, if youre i fun-toving SF. over 20, who enpys sports, 
kteping active and making great new Wends. Adf A392 

NEW HORIZONS 

Easygoing SW dad, 39, ST. ITOtos, wUh grey has end green 

. eyes, who enjoys bowkng. time al Ihe park and more, b hoping 

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Oiiet and laid-back. Bus SWM. 44, 5*10*. 135bs, with brown 
hai and btoe eyes, who enjoys goa\ voaaybal and keeping 
actwe,bhor>r>gtorr«lapeUtoSWF,3646,whoaVsch'rien. 
Adl.512? 

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SWM, 23/511*, wift black hair and brown eyes, who enjoys 
wf«tk».c«jntryrixocandri)togtotijr^s«e*«isw 
loving SF. with lantir tokMesft Adi 5532 
A GOOD CATCH 
Honaal SW dad, 39. 5T. 170b*.. wan black hai and brown 
eyas, b looking tor a itncere, honest SWF, 34-45, brapoubb 
rebbonshJp.Adl.157B 

YOUR CALL'S IMPORTANT 
Rstied SWM. 63. !80bs, with graying brown hai and haial 
eyes, enjoys the outdoors. Mtoe. frsrung. his dog, movies, cun- 

§ out and relaxing. Hei looking tor a proporttonala SV/F, 55- 
wim sinbr kitetests. Adi 3 1 56 

MOVE FAST 
Outgoing SW dad, 4a ST. ITOtst, with dark brown hai and 
blue eyes, who enjoys sports, restoring old cars and mote, b 
seeking an attractive, slender SWF, 2336. Adi .8430 

LOVE IS COLOR BUND 
Friendly SBM. 40. 6*2*. 220tos., seeks a special S/DWF. 40-58, 
> who enjoys dining out quiel evenings, bng wata, jazz music 
arrfhwsebackridVg. Adi 5618 

SIMILAR INTERESTS? 
Cal this ftnarcbly Mependent, St WWWM, 62. Slff. t55fai, 
who enjoys renovating homes, waaiteerinq with habitat lor 
humanity, travel, the beach and (ansry gsiheinos. tie's looking 
tot an outgoing SWF. 45-55, wim a high energy wwL Adi JJ351 

SIMPLETHINGSINUFE " 
SWM, 49, 6", tacts*., with tong brown hai. b a crou between 
Reynolds ird Btonson. He's seeking an active SWF, who 
enpys wata on the beach and watching the turn*. Adi ,7635 

. . HEAHT OF GOLD 
SB dad, 21, who enjoys movies, shoppinq and mote, b tooting 
tor a ton-toving. wtooingSBF. 18-25. to share a tong-lerm tela- 
tonship.Adl.5944 

IN SEARCH OF YOU 
Honest easygoing SWPM. 50. 6*4', 205tos.. who enjoys biking. 
roSer Nadinn ind golf, b toaktog br cwTvanionshc with a 
SWPF.39-52LAdlS0 

ARE YOU THE ONE? 
Ybu have to meet mis kind, cattog and considerate SWM. 42. 6*. 
220bi, with grey Mr ind btoe eyes, today. He kkes model 
cars, tong wilts, a eat conversations and wishes to spend ttme 
with a compatible SWF. over 39. Adi .8589 
ALL THAT & MORE 
Sinceie SWM, 44. seeks a SWPF, under 45, who abo enjoys 
bng waki. sports, cultural events, music, the outtoors, dining, 
exercising and more. Adi .3468 

CLOSETOYOU 
Easygoing SWM, 63, 6*. 220bs., with gray hai and blue eyes, 
who enjoys tong waki, dancing, swimmng and mot e, b hoping 
to meet an active SWF, under 63, with similar interests. 
Adl.7216 

A GREAT CATCH 
AitUe shy at first. thbSWM. 40, 59*. 170bs . wtfi grey hak ind 
blue eyes, enjoys bng walks, cuddling and spendm time wr* 
that special someone. Her seeks a cornpaubte SWFT under 42. 
Adl.5091 

FINANCIALLY SECURE 
Easygoing, athletic 5WM. 43, 6, 1 55tos.. wifli brown hai/eyes, 
b a second shtfi worker, who enjoys bsvekng. Heater, movies 
end pets. He's looking for a corntortabie. open-mnded SF, 35- 
4SAdl.6t85 

TRUE GENTLEMAN 
AJTectionata SWM, 56, S'S**, with salt and pepper hai, who 
enjoys Bw simple Dungs in Irfe, b seeking a kwng. caring SAF, 

HELLO SUNSHINE 
Charming SWM, 66, S'10". 1 60tos.. with brown hai and btoe 
eyes, who enjoys movies, dining out and gardening, b ISO a 
sweet kind-hearted SWF. 60-70, tor cornpanfonship. AdM 967 

DO YOU PLAY SCRABBLE? 
Cm a fit professional SW dad ol one, 59. 5*9*. ITQbs, with 
brown hai and btoe eyes, who likes golf, bowkng and board 
games. Tm looking tor a spedaL erjrrpassbnala, fit pretty SWF. 
16-35, N/S, who would kke to become part ot my la miry. 
Adi.8502 

CIRCLE THIS AD 
Easygoing. Caihofc SWM, 44. 5, 180fci. wiih brown hai and 
eyes. He enjoys reading, cooking and the outooors, and seeks 
a SF, 2 1-60. Adi. 84 6 1 

HONESTY IS A MUST , 
SWM, 23. S'10". with brown hai and blue eyes, who enjoyt 
movies, the outooors and quiet times, b seeing a trustworthy 
SWF, under 26. Adl.9455 

INTEGRITY 
Professional SWM, 55. ST. l&Ofos., with brown hai/eyes. who 
enjoys dancing, festivals, movies, outdoor sports, rock and clas- 
sical music, inlaBgent conversilJon and mora, b seeking an 
attractive, educated, sincere ind slender SWF. 45-53, N/S. 
Adl2850 

DANCETHE NIGHT AWAY 
Detcising, music, compulets. movies and matung new friends 
are interests ol thb SWPM, 30. 5*9". with dark hak/eyes. He 
seeks a SWF. under 33. for a LTR. Adi. 4300 

GIVE ME A CALL 
Retired, blue-eyed bkmd SWM, 43, with a generous, ouigoing 
nature, has lots of time to spend with an energetic, attractive 
and slender SWF. 27-40. Adl.6359 

UP FOR A GREAT TIME? 
Energetic and funny, Ihb SWM, 22, 5*1 0\ 2QSbs., with brown 
hai and hazel eyes, enjoys sports, going to dubs, time with 
friends, billiards, movies and more, ties ISO a compatible 
SWF, 20-29, br friendship first, possfcry male. Ad 1.4959 

LONELY HEART 
Quiet SWM, 28, 5'9",wiih brown hai/eyes, who enjoys music 
and outdoor activities, b seeking a fit cornpatible SWF, 24-31 , 
tor compa ntonship. Adi .3041 

CELEBRATE UFE 
Laid-back DWM, 48, 6*, who enjoys (he outdoors, spotting 
events and the thealre, b seeking a sinceie, easygoing SF, lor 
companionship, Adl.4326 

DOWN-TO-EARTH 
Kind-hearted SWM, 25, 6T, with brown hai/eyes, who enjoys 
working out sports and raoking. b looking for a matwe, goal- 
oriented SWF, 24-30. Adi.4106 ' . 

MUCH TO OFFER 
Laid-back, established SWM, 31, 510", who enjoys movies. 
bicycling and the outooors, b seeking a ancet e, easygoing SF, 
under 45, who kkes to have fun. Adi, 6961 
IMPECCABLE 
Ouigoing, humorous SWM, 35, 5*11', 135bs., with blown hai 
and green eyes, b looking lor a SWF, 21-40. Adl.2675 

ATTRACTIVE TEACHER 
SWM, 27, 6", 175bs.. who enjoys good convefsation, physical 
fitness, movies, playing pool sports, moonlit walks ind quiet 
times, seeks a SWF, under 35, lor i tong-lerm letationsho, 
Adl.&843 



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who enjoyi the outdoors, the theater, l^jartna out 
dWng out and more, seeks » easygoing SWF. 3045. 

Adl.6814 

ACTIVE GUY HERE 
EasYgoing and adventurous SWM, 24, ST. 27ut», watt 
brown hair and blue eyes, who enjoys traveling, iking, 
eyeina and mora, b hoping to find companionshp with a 
mi6XM.Adl.6l03 

ROAD TO ADVENTURE 
How about dinner and a movie with Ms friendly SWM, SO, , 
sometime? He enjoys cycling, ear shows and is ISO i com- 
patible SF, 40-58. Adi. 7782 

CAN WE CLICK? 
He'* an honest kind-hearted DW dad. 42, ST. stm. with 
brown hai indbtuo eyes, who Ikes sports, concerts, come- 
dy c fobs and dawn out Ha b hoping to meat an outgoing, 
sixet* SWF, 36-45. Adl.44 21 

TAKE NOTICE 
SWM, 19, 6*2*. with led Mi and blue eyes, a student, who 
enjoyt music, sports, wetohtkrung. reading and movies, b 
ieekngaSWF,18-24.AdiJ801 

LETS TALK SOON. 
Outgoing SWM, 19, 6*2*. rruscutsr, w* brown hak/eyes, who 
enjoys sports, spending firm with friends and having fun, 
seeks a fun-toving SF, .18-30. Adl.8212 

ALOYALFRtENO 
Honest SWPM, 46, S*r, 1B3fcs. with brown hai and blue 
eyes, who enjoys worktog out running, iwkrvrvng. skina 
camping, oanowig. kivel and current events, seeks a friend- 
ty.hon«1 SWF, under 52. Adl.4324 

GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY 
Caring. famiy-wientedSWdadol!wo.26.5'!Cr,240tjs.. with 
darkbrc^t«iindgrewey«,wt»enjr^spcrts,boatina 
tshing. amping. reading, music and mote, b seeking a spe- 
calSWF.23-3aAdl.8740 

GOOD CONVERSATION 
Stocere. lun-toving SWPM, 61, 6*10*, iSObs.. with brown 
hei/eyea. seeks a ipod-heerted, adverrtutous SWF, 35^0, 
who enjoys movies and dining out sports, museums and 
meeting new people Adi .6482 

WANTS TO MEET YOU 
Hwrorou* and taxsta, 9* SWM, 34, 6*, 165l».. wWi bbnd 
hai ind brown eyes, is ISO a SF. 21-32, for friendstwj and 
great times. He enjoys kiveing, skang. motorcycles and 
mote Adi 4621 . MajM 

LOVE IS ALL NEED 
CwdbtfriertorySWM,47,6*ri7S*>UWrfthownhaiand 
a muscuiar bt*. enjoys fahing, outdoor activities and he's 
boktog b tpsnd hit tetttira time w* a SWF.35«. MI3W 

-, STOP HERE 
Oynarnc, serl-emptoyed SWM, 27, ST. slender, who enj 
I variafy ot Weresls. » seeking an outgoing SWF. ir 
Adi 6177 

MR. WONDERFUL 
Spontaneous, ajn-tovtog SWPM. 42, 6*. ISOfcs . who enjoys 
rarntnte evenfogs, sperang bme with blends and mora, 
se«ksafol-figuredSWF,30-55,whobnoii(iiidtoiiynew 
lungs. Adl.7686 

USTEN SWELL 
Easygoing, generous SYVM. 24, 6*. bbe-eyed bbnd, b bier- 
ested in working out coin coaecfing. He outdoors and he's 
seeking a pretty, caring SWF. Adl£94 1 

IF YOU ONLY KNEW 
Sensitrve, down-to-earth SWPM, 45, 6*. 1656s., with brown 
hai and btoe eyes, who enjoys dandng. colectingoto" records. 
and muse. Is coking tor a cornrnunicitrve SF, age unimpor- 
tant with a sense of humor. Adl.9094 

HERE FOR YOU 
Get to know Bvs witty, cperHninded SWM. 46. ST11*. wShdatti 
hai and hazel eyes, who enjoys movies, music, ashing and 
cooking. II you're a wonderful SF, 32-50. give him a cal. 

COMMON BOND 
Easygoing SWM. 78, 5*10*. ISObs.. with brown eyes, who 
enjoys tiveang. dancing and todafang, b looking for an 
affectionate SWF. 706a Adi 2544 

DEDICATION 
(Hardworking SWPM, 44. 6T. ISOfcs., with bbnd hai and 
blue-green eyes, who enjoys outdoor activities and romantic 
dawert, seeks in ache SWF, under 44. Adi 6717 
JUST BE YOURSELF 
.Humorous SWM, 39, 6*. 200fcs., with brown hai and green 
eyes, who enjoys great conversation, playing chess, boating 
and golf, b ISO an toleifcgenl SWF, under 60, Adi .351 B 

SHY AT FIRST 
Handsome SWM. 20, 58*. I65bs . with brown hai/eyes. b 
botong tor an ouigoing. Iikabve SWF. 18-22. to enpy Me 
with. Adl.t 678 

GIVE ME A CALL 
SWM. 25, 6T.a btoe-eyed btond, who enjoys motor tports, 
wdkjng oul and the outdoors, b seeking a generous, attrac- 
tive. slender SF.20-25.Adl.7963 

IF YOU ARE L. 
An honest sinceie, fit SWF. 23-42. thb ouigoing and 
e/Tptoy«dSWU,40.5-ia-, ir*Obs,w* brawn hak md blue 
■ ■■ eyea, wotad Bra to meet you. Hetntcrrs goa'mbaung. oMng 
. out, reeding, watching movlea and more. Adl,6777 - .. 

END MY SEARCH . * 
Romantic SW dad, 47, 6*. I90bs , with brown hai and green 
eyes, with a good sense of humor, who enjoys movies, ihe 
Healer, concerts, music and ftee^jIdDors. seeks a SWF, 40- 
48. who b Cwrpatfcia.Adl.7025 

LETS GET ACQUAUVTEO 
SWM. 23, win btoe ayes, who entoys sports, swimming and 
irsvesng. b searching bra SWF, 19-24, with iMar interests 
Adf .9930 

SHARE MY WO RLO 
SWM, 45, 56*, 1601)1, wiih black hai, who enjoys rjowkng, 
gotf, movies. coo*«ig and dining out seeks a caring, friendly 
SWF. 3045, tor corpaniwtthip. Adi .6167 

SHORT AND SWEET 
Thb SWPM, 56, 5* 1 1 *, 1 67ta.. win brown hair and btoe eyes, 
b ttvfy a great guy. He's seeking a SWF, under 50, tor com- 
pantonshp.Adl.7209 fcU«: 

HEART OF GOLD 
Honest caring SW dad of two, 47, ST, with brown hai and 
blue eyes, who enjoys sporimi events, gardening, music, the 
Meter, movies and mote, b baking tot an sincere, attractive 
SWF. 4047. Adl.8087 

GORGEOUS EYES 
Cpervminded SW dad ol one, 33, 6*. 1 95bs.. with brown hai 
and btoe eyes, b ISO a creative, easygoing SWF. under 34. 
br friendship first He enjoys movies, museums, plays, lead- 
ing and bavatng. Adi. 7935 

I KNOW WHAT I WANT 
Physicaly Gt SWM, 52, S'10", 195bs.. wah gray hai/eyes, 
seeks in honest stable SWF, 4048. who enjoys movies, gotf, 
boating and the outooors. Adi .7422 

LOOKS UNIMPORTANT 
Handsome, setf-employed OWPM. 24. 5*6*. 135fcs.. with 
btond hair and btoe eyes, who enjoys woiking out sking.bik- 
tog. hiking and going to tie beech, would ike to meet a com- 
pabble, outgoing SWF. over 22. to enjoy kle wrth. Ad 1 .9/43 

BEST FRIENDS 
SWM, 48. b seeking a special SWF, 3646, who enjoyi din- 
ing oul and dancing, spending lima with friends and mote. 
Adli26S 

HONESTY COUNTS 
C5ependa.bla SAW, 30. S'S*. 200fcs, who enjoys wortung out 
with weiQhts, meeting new poople, concerts, movies, rearing, 
and quiet evenings, ts ISO a ttneere, health-cMiscbus SWF. 
Adf .540 1 

HE WANTS TO KNOW 
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btoe eyes, it you're a SWF. under 32. who enjoys boating, ski- 
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■Dr. Mark and the Sutures' headline Cancer Wellness Center's 

10-year anniversary party 




he Cancer Wellness Center of Northbrook has been helping cancer 
survivors and their families for .10 years. But their treatment includes 
some other methods not generally taught in medical school. 



"We provide the psychological, social 
and emotional support for cancer survivors 
and their families," said Kim Matthews, 
community relations coordinator. 

""Everything we offer is free of charge," 
she said. 

L On Saturday, June 6, from noon to 3 
p.m., the center is celebrating its 10 An- 
niversary and National Cancer Survivors . 
Day with a special celebration, featuring 

By SPENCER SCHEDN 
Staff Reporter 

carnival games, food and a perfor- 
mance by Dr. Mark and the Sutures, 
a rock 'n' roll cover band fronted by 
Highland Park resident Dr. Mark 
Nolan Hill, a surgeon at Highland 
Park Hospital and Lake Forest 
Hospital. 

The band has played at com- 
munity and hospital fund-raisers 
since 1987, and was started at 
the request of a neighbor coordi- 
nating a block party who wanted 
some live musical entertain- 
ment. 

"He asked me to get some 
guys together to make a band," 
Hill recalled. 

"It was a lot of fun," he said. 
"We were well received, and 
more people asked us to play, 
but we always 
refused." < 

Finally, the 
band decided 
to play at medical 
charitable events, 
fund-raisers, benefits 
and community events, 
only asking for payment 
to cover their expenses. 

"We have gotten a 
lot of publicity on tele- 
vision; radio and many 
newspapers," Hill said. 
"We have developed a 
pretty strong follow- 
ing in the Chicago 
area," 




Last year the band opened for Bandy 
Travis at the Rosemont Horizon and 
Martina Mc Bride at Lambs Farm US99 
Jamboree before 56,000 people. 

This year the band will open for 
Country Thunder in Wisconsin 
and play at other area events. 
The band could get really 
big if it wanted to; but tries to 
keep everything low to the 
ground. ' 

"Things have gotten 
somewhat explosive,", Hill 
said. "We are a bunch of 
guys who have families 
and kids and this keeps 
us off the streets." 

The band consists of 
Hill on vocals, guitar 
and keyboards, Adam 
Hill, Hill's 14-year-old son, 
on guitar; David Steffen, of 
Deerfield, on guitar and vo- 
cals, Daniel Gavin, of Deer- 
field, on drums and vocals, 
and Jamie Mack, of BoUng- 
brook, on bass and vocals. 
"We do a lot of blues mu- 
sic and Eagles," Dr. Hill 
said. "We just have a good 
time doing It." 
The band averages eight to 
10 performances a year. In 
1997 the band played a con- 
cert with 
Victor 
Aitay, concertmas- 
ter for the Chicago 
Symphony, and plans call 
for the two to play again this 
year. 

The celebration will fea- 
ture other forms of entertain- 
ment, such as a childrens' 
moon walk, face painting, 
clowns, magicians and Elana 
Ashley and her Puppet 
Friends. 

"It is very family orient- 
ed," Matthews said. 

Lunch packages of hot 
dogs or hamburgers and 




chips 

and a drink will cost $1, Matthews said. 

The center, located on 215 Revere Dri- 
ve, ha,s a lending library, a 24-hour emer- 
gency support hotline, T'al Chi Chih class- 
, es, massage and healing techniques. 

"Generally we see about 300 people in 
a week in all different capacities," 
Matthews said. People from all over can 
come to the center, and some from as far 
north as Milwaukee utilize the center's 
services. 

To get to the center, take Highway 41 
south and exit at Lake-Cook Road, go west 
' on Lake-Cook a couple blocks to Revere 
Drive and turn south. 



The Sutures are a musical group 
formed in 1987 on a lark to entertain 
at a neighborhood block party. Made up 
of North Shore physicians and busi- 
nessmen, the group has since per- 
formed for dozens of medical charities, 
benefits, service organizations and 
community events! From left are David 
Steffen, Adam Hill, Dr. Mark Nolan Hill; 
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A beauty contest for houses: 
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Applications are now available 
for the 13th Annual "Chicago's 
Finest Painted Ladies" competition, 
a beauty contest for houses. The 
contest started on Memorial Day 
and ends on Labor Day. This con- 
test started in Chicago, and has re- 
ceived national attention. Entries 
will be accepted from a 50-mile area 
surrounding the city. Any project 
that has been beautified within the 
past year is eligible. 

Sponsored by the Chicago Paint 
and Coatings Assoc, properties 
painted by the owners will be 
judged separately from those paint- 
ed professionally. Entries may be 
Victorian homes but the competi- 
tion is open to all styles of dwellings, 
residential and commercial. > 

Entries will be judged by beauty 
of paint application, how the colors 
chosen fit the home or business 



property, and how the finished pro- 
ject fits its surrounding neighbor- 
hood. 

This competition originally in 
San Francisco, where "Painted 
ladies" are very much part of the 
city scape. The trend of using multi- 
ple colors has moved to the Chicago 
area Much more attention is given 
to choice of color and accenting de- 
tails. 

A special awards ceremony is 
planned after Labor Day with 
plaques awarded to the winners. 
Over the years some classic homes 
and properties have been honored 
in this competition. 

Applications may be obtained 
from the Chicago Paint and Coat- 
ings Assoc, 400 E. State Parkway, 
Suite 216, Schaumburg 60173. For 
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Most animal lovers will 
tell you they have been 
that way since child- 
hood, having first be- 
come smitten with the family pet 
They usually can recite fond tales of 
their beloved dog, "Barf," or their 
cat, "Fish Breath." 

This is true for me, also, except 
that I don't have enough space here to 
list all of our family pet names, con- 
sidering that my mother changed pets 
more often than some people change 
their sheets. I guess you could say she 
was the Elizabeth Taylor of pet rela- 
tionships. Dogs, in particular. 

Not that I think my mother's 
"revolving house of dogs" was inten- 
tional. It's just that Mom let herself 
get carried away each time by "pup- 
py charm," expecting that she could 
just bring a cute little pup home, 
feed it, bask in the warmth of its 
puppy breath, and all would be well. 
(I'm sure Liz thought the same thing 
about Richard Burton.) 

Unfortunately for my mother, 
dogs are not bom knowing how to 
behave as pets any more than men 
are bom knowing how to behave as 
husbands. It takes patience, train- 
ing and a large supply of lingerie to 
keep them in line. 

Oh, wait- that's men. For dogs, 
you can forget the lingerie - they'll 
just chew it up, anyway. 

While my mother never did 
make the connection between pets 
and training, she did eventually 
solve the problem by getting smaller 
and smaller dogs. Her last dog was 
so small, when she brought the 
thing for a visit I stood on a chair 
and screamed. 

As for me, though I no longer 
mention these painful memories to 
my therapist prior to my semi-an- 
nual shock treatments, you can 
imagine how traumatic our family's 




LIFE'S 
A BEAR 

Donna Abear 



"It's your pet today, and it's Suzy 
down the street's pet tomorrow" 
lifestyle was. No sooner would I con- 
fide all my childhood secrets to our 
latest puppy, than he would be sold 
to some other family in the neighbor- 
hood, I grew up feeling paranoid that 
all the dogs in the neighborhood 
were talking about me. 

So I vowed that I would not be- 
come the Elizabeth Taylor of pet re- 
lationships like my mother. And I 
knew just how 1 was going to do it- 
by carefully selecting a dog by breed 
and temperament, and then proper- 
ly training it. I remember imagining 
myself as an adult, with a well- 
trained Lassie or Rin Tin Tin look- 
alike at my side, walking up to my 
mother's door and then, when she 
opened it, accompanied as I knew 
she would be by a dog the size of an 
Egg McMufiin, I would say, "Rin Tin 
Tin -Look! A rat- Get iti" 

But then I grew up, and in the 
process discovered that dog training 
wasn't as easy as it seemed. Not that 
I learned this right away-my first dog 
was a Golden Retriever, and training 
her was so effortless that I actually 
-thought I had something to do with 
it So when I bred her and kept a 
male pup from her Utter who had 
show potential, I decided that since! 



was now Donna Dollttle, I could train 
my new pup for a show career. 

And at first, it seemed I might be 
right - in my driveway, that dog was 
a virtual Mr. Doggie Universe, pos- 
ing and strutting his stuff for the 
neighborhood. Unfortunately, he 
must have been secretly practicing a 
completely different routine that he 
decided to "surprise" me with In the 
show ring. Instead of strutting his 
stuff, he insisted on showing the 
judge his imitation of a four-legged 
caboose, trying to hook up with his 
nose to whatever doggie train was in 
front of him. My fantasy of becom- 
ing a respected dog handler was 
quickly "derailed". . 

That humbling experience 
forced me to acquire more compas- 
sion for my mother and her lack of 
training ability, and it's also why my 
new pup, Elvis, and I are attending 
classes at a level appropriate for us 
both: puppy Kindergarten. 

Besides-any time I start to get , 
smug, Elvis brings me back down to 
earth. For example, last week the t 
class Instructor tested us to see if we 
could get our dog to obey the com- 
mand "DOWN" without using a 
treat as bait Several dogs In the 
class obeyed. Elvis, on the other, 
hand, sat motionless with his head 
cocked sidewise. 

I learned that with treats as an in- 
centive, Elvis is a regular Rin Tin Tin. 
Without treats, he's Helen Keller. 

And I'm no miracle worker-yet 

Questions or comments for humorist 
Donna Abear canbe sent to P.O. Box 
391, AntiochJL 60002. 



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Civil War Events 

Twilight Tattrs 

Saturday, June 12, 1999 

6 p.m. - 8 p.m. 

$5 Per Person - Reservations Required 

As fire lights are being lit, 
the stories and characters of a 
Civil War encampment come 
to life during this evening tour. 

Families with children ages 
six and older are invited. 

Civil War Encampment 

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Bye Bye Birdie comedy opens at P M & L 

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ye Bye Birdie by Stewart, 

Strouse, and Adams and 

directed by Linda 

Hachmeister from Antioch 
is a captivating, and delightful mu- 
sical comedy. It will be presented at 
the PM&LTheatre, 877 Main St, An- 
tioch, on June 4-5, 11-12, 18-19, and 
25-26 at 8 p.m. and June 6, 13, 20 
and 27 at 2:30 p.m. 

Reservations can be made by 
calling 395-3055 or by coming to the 
box office. Tickets are $10 for adults 
and $8 for students and seniors. Box 
office hours are Monday through 
Thursday, 5:30-7:30 p.m., Sat 11 
am-2 p.m., and one and a half 
hours before curtain on show nights. 

Birdie tells the story of a rock 
and roll singer who is about to be 
inducted into the army. The singer, 
Conrad Birdie, (Eric Rohde from 
Antioch) is an Elvis Presley type. Al- 



bert Peterson (Jay Aufman from 
Spring Grove), his agent, is a very 
pleasant, mild mannered type; 
Rose Alvarez (Nikki Piatt from 
Kenosha, WI. alternating with 
Christine Jones from Lindenhurst) 
Is the moving force that keeps him 
and Birdie moving forward in the 
world. Roste concocts one final 
publicity plan before Conrad's in- 
duction. He will bid a typical Amer- 
ican teenage girl good bye with an 
all American kiss. Kim MacAfee 
(Alexis Hachmeister from Antioch 
and Esther Scheurer from Linden- 
hurst) from Sweet Apple, Ohio wins 
that honor. 

Other cast members who all 
play an integral part in the unfolding 
of the story are Mark, Donna, 
Colleen, and Scott Badtke from 
•Genoa City, WI.; Mary Campbell, 
Aaron Stames, Lisa and Julie Bi- . 




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Inscriptions: Body 
Knowledge 

The Galcsburg Civic Art Center will 
host an exhibition of works by Cheryl 
Lynn Meeker and Tanya Hastings now 
to June 19, 

The Galesburg Civic Art Center is 
open Tuesday • Friday 10:30-4130 and 
Saturday 10:30 -3 p.m. For more Irtfor- . 
mation call 342-7415.. 



SPECIAL EVENTS 



24th annual Wisconsin Dells 
balloon rally this weekend 

More than 100 hot air balloons will take to the sky June 5 
and 6 at the 24th Annual Great Wisconsin Dells Balloon 
Rally. Among those will be eight specialty balloons, or 
balloons that actually take on the shapes of objects or . 
characters. 

While Wisconsin Dells is the permanent home of Noah's Ark Wa- 
terpark, a larger-than-life Noah's Ark hot air ballioon will fly at the 
Balloon Rally. Standing 11 stories high, the ark carries elephants, gi- 
raffes, zebras, penguins, cows and bears. 

The Great Wisconsin Dells Balloon Rally will be held at the Inter- 
section of Gasser Rd. and Hwy. 12, just off exit 92 of Interstate 1-90/94 
in Wisconsin Dells. For more information, contact the Wisconsin 
Delis Visitor & Convention Bureau at 1-800-223-3557 or visit the web- 
site at www.wisdells.com. 



The "Sad Girls" are Anna Na- 
dltz from Round Lake and Jes- 
sica Smouse from Antioch, 
who appear in the Antloch's 
PM&L Theatre presentation of 
"Bye Bye Birdie" which opens 
June 4 and runs through June 
27. 

galke, Courtney and Stephanie 
Willding, and Sam NIeves from In- 
gleside; Amanda Sliker and Ken 
Scheske from Salem, WI.; Chelsea 
Mortens en from Lake Villa; Luke 
Strandqulst from McHenryi Un 
Hendrickson and Anna Naditz from 
Round Lake; Jeff Walter from Lake 
Bluff; Sam Hachmeister, Jessica 
Smouse and Matthew Rohde from 
Antioch; Steve Willding and Linda 
Mason from Lindenhurst; Gerry and 
Tara Cepon from Winthrop Harbor; 
Stephanie Davies from Bristol, WI.; 
Michelle Carroll from Round Lake 
Beach; and Jerod Howard and Justin 
Smetters from Fox Lake. 



St. Peter's Singles 
Club meets June 4 

All Singles or widowed over 45 
are invited to come and dance to live 
bands at Tivoli Gardens, 3258 N. 
Harlem on Friday, June 4 at 8:45 p.m. 
For more information call M. 
Krumholz at (312) 337-7814. 



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Bring the family to our FREE con- 
cert, Sunday June 6th featuring a variety 
of your favorite oldies songs along with 
great tasting food drinks. Live entertain- 
ment from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Lambs Farm is 
located at Rt 176 & 1-94, JJbertyville. For 
more Information, call 362-6774. 



Ai^moNS ; 

Civic Ballet auditions 

The Civic Ballet of Chicago will hold 
audition for dancers Interested In Join- 
ing the Civic Ballet. The auditions are an 
Sunday, June 6, 1-3 p.m. at the Ruth 
Page Foundation School of Dance, 1016 
N. Dearborn, Chicago. The Civic Ballet 
of Chicago Is regional ballet company 
that gives advanced students ages 14 
and older an opportunity to work with 
emerging choreographers and perform 
In professional venues in Chicago. It is 
not affiliated with any one specific 
school and dancers from all over the 
Chicago area are invited to audition. Boy 



arid girl dancers must be at least 14 
years old. Girls should have at least one 
year of experience en pointe and should 
bring th eir po in te shoes. For more fnfor-. 
niation about the Civic Ballet of Chicago 
auditions, please call 312337-6543. . 

LFHS Class of '74 

Lake Forest High School Class of 
1 974 plans their 25 year reunion on Sat- 
urday, August 7. The location will be The 
Forge Club, 634 S, Milwaukee Avenue, 
Vernon Hills. (2 ml. South of Rt 60 on 
west side of road, valet parking). Cock- 
tails at 6:30 p.m., dinner at B p.m., danc- 
ing at 9 p.m. The cost is $65 per person 
with a cash bar. Deadline Is July 1, 

For more information call 295*0007. 

lie, Cheat, and Genuflect 
auditions 

s Audit Ions will be held for the last 
show In PM&L's Season 38 on Sunday 
evening, June 6 at 730 p.m. and Mon- 
day, June at 730 p.m. at the PM&LThe- 
atre, 877 Main St, Antioch. The play 
runs weekends July 30-August 15. For 
more information call 526-8152. 







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Good Old Summertime 
Art Fair 

The Kenosha Art Association pre- 
sents the 24 Ih Annual "Good Old Sum- 
mertime" Art Fair on Sunday, June 6 
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Civic Center 
Park, located on Sheridan Road between 
5Gth and 57th Streets In Kenosha, WI. 

The event features over 100 fine art 
and craft booths, music, food and bever- 
ages, and face painting for children. Pic- 
nic tables will be available. 

■ For more information, call the 1999 
Art Fair Chairman, Pat Koesser at 4 14- 
694-4692. 




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"only will decrease your chances of : 
hearing the answer that you want. 
Just be patient. A good friend asks 
a favor of you. Do what you can for 
him or her. Sagittarius plays a key 
role on Friday. . 

Taurus - April 21/May 21 
While It Is unlike you, Taurus, you 
have the urge to go out early In the 
week. Don't try to fight It. Just ask 
that special someone to take you 
out; he or she won't refuse. Enjoy 
yourself — you deserve it. A loved 
one gels Into trouble on Wednes- 
day. Try not to become involved In 
the situation. You're sure to regret it 
if you do. 

Gemini - May 22/June 21 
A business associate blames you 
for a mistake that he or she makes. 
Just defend yourself, and the high- 
er-ups will see that you have noth- 
ing to do with the situation. Howev- 
er, don't try to get revenge. It's not 
worth the effort. A good friend re- 
veals his or her true feelings for you. 
Be honest when responding. 

Cancer - June 22/July 22 
A minor victory at work has you 
hungry for more. Don't get overzeal- 
ous. You've won this battle, but the 
next one won't be so easy. Enjoy 
the progress that you've made, but 
be satisfied with it too — for now. 
The person whom you've been see- 
ing has a surprise for you. Enjoyl 

Leo - July 23/August 23 
A good friend needs your assis- 
tance with a personal problem. 
While you want to help, don't get In- 
volved. There's too much going on 
that you don't know about. Helping 
this person only will get you Into a 
lot of hot water. A co-worker invites 
you out. Say yes, because It's sure 
to be a good time. 

Virgo- Aug 24/Sept 22 
Be sincere with an acquaintance, 
whom you don't really like. There's 
no reason to feign affection for this 
person. He or she has no Influence 
o'venyour life. A loved one Intro- 
duces you to an Interesting person. 
Get to know him or her better. It def- 



initely will be worth the effort. 

Libra- Sept 23/Oct 23 
Don't V«V a mtnor ; t Hiiy wrnent vMnrxrr, 
?r© close Wended you dovm; MeMner 

of you really means what you say. 
. Take some time to cool down, and 
then call hfm or her to talk Ihfngs 
out. He or she doesn't want this re- 
lationship to end any more than you 
do. Virgo plays a key role. 

Scorpio - Oct 24/Nov 22 
Don't let a co-worker distract you 
from an Important task that you 
have to accomplish. The higher-ups 
are counting on you to get this 
done. The person whom you've 
been seeing wants to intensify .the 
relationship. Is this what you really 
want? Think about it before you an- 
swer him or her. Taurus Is Involved. 

Sagittarius - Nov 23/Dec 21 
Try to control your temper when you 
get Into an argument with loved 
ones, Sagittarius. Getting angry only 
will make the situation worse. While 
venting your anger will make you 
feet better; It Is sure to make every- 
one else involved upset. Think of 
them before you fly off the handle. 

Capricorn - Dec 22/Jan 20 
You have to be aggressive this 
week when it comes to something 
that you want. No one Is going to 
give It to you — you have to go after 
it. Just stay focused, and you're 
sure to get It. Those close to you will 
be impressed with your efforts. 
Pisces plays an Important role on 
Tuesday. 

Aquarius -Jan 21 /Feb 1B 
Just say no to an acquaintance who 
wants to Involve you In a scheme. 
This person has no Idea what he or 
she Is getting Into. Try to dissuade 
him or her from actually going 
through with it. A close friend asks 
for your advice about a personal 
matter. Be honest when responding. 

Pisces - Feb 19/March 20 

Try to help a co-worker who gets .'. 
Into some hot water. He or she can't 
get out of this mess without you. Do 
what you can. A loved one volun- *jj 
teers you to organize a family event. 
While you're upset about this, you 
have to do It. Relax — it's cure to be 
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HEALTHWATCH 



June 4, 1999 



A positive response is not always positive 



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They will interest you, thought I 
guarantee it! These were studies 
about the effect of power and pos- 
itive responses on violent behavior 
in kids. The findings suggested 
strongly that if a child watched 
someone commit a violent act and . 
then get reinforced for it some- 
how, by gaining power or control 
or something else positive, the 
child viewing the violent act would 
be more likely to commit a violent 
act. These studies also suggested 
that when a child commits a vio- 
lent act directly and gets some 
form of positive attention for it, 
the likelihood of repetition of that 
kind of act becomes very good. 

Why am I quoting all these old 
studies now? Well, let's ask our- 
selves, given this information, how 
the news coverage of the recent ■ 
heinous acts committed by kids 
might be affecting other kids? We 
keep becoming amazed at the 
amount of copycats out there. I 
am not amazed at all and firmly 
believe that unless people In this 
society begin to really understand 
why these things are occurring, it 
will not stop. 

Of course, we adults look at 
the recent carnage as nothing but 
sheer horror and something to be 
looked upon with fear, revulsion 
and the strong desire to have it 
stopped. What do you think all the 
recent copycat kids were thinking 
when they saw the coverage? Let 
* me tell you what 1 have seen and 
what I haven't seen and maybe we 
can get some insight. What I have 
seen on virtually every news 
source available is the constant, 
adrenaline pumping, heart-stop- 
ping, sensationalism that creates 
the same roller coaster feeling 
someone might get at a horror 
movie (of course, we all know that 
those don't draw anyohej.'.yeah 




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Psy.D. 



right!!) 1 have seen the glorification ' 
of hype and excitement around 
the events. I have seen all of these 
killers get constant media atten- 
tion. Virtually every one of them, 
except the last two have gotten to 
see themselves in the public eye 
for quite some time, I have seen 
people speak forgiveness for the 
killers. I have even heard talk' 
' about some of the prior killers and 
how they are now on the "honor 
roll" In prison and expecting to get 
out soon to have a fresh start. 
Something their victims and vic- 
tim's families will never get the 
chance to have. Boy, ifl were an ■ 
"off balance" kid in need of some 
big time attention and I saw all of 
this, it wouldn't look too bad! Es- 
pecially if I were one of those kids 
who was great at those wonderful 
shooting games. 

Now let me tell you what I 
haven't seen. I haven't seen any 
punishment whatsoever. It is a 
well known fact that Sociopaths 
do not live in fear of hurting some- 
one else. They don't have 
any feelings about that. They, do 
however, feel fear if harm or diffi- 
culty comes to them and only 
them. Now, when a sociopath 
watches the news and observes 
fame and glory and attention with 
virtually no punishment at ail, we 
as a society have to start asking ' 
ourselves if this might be con- 
tributing to the consistent parade 



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FROM PAGE B 



SINGER: Response not always positive 



of debris that we see nightly? I 
wonder what the difference might 
be if every day and every night, we 
watched the perpetrators of any 
heinous offense digging ditches or 
some other punishment on a. con- 
stant basis? I wonder if kids 
watched the killers get really pun- 
ished for their offensive and dis- - ■■> 
gusting behavior, if there might be 
a stop to this somewhere. I.believe 
there would be. Some of you 
might be thinking that this is 
harsh of meto say. It isn't. We 
have a real problem in our country 
with this. I spend every day of my 
life working with parents helping 
them know that it is o.k. to punish 
and set appropriate limits. That it 
is o.k. to tell your kids that their 
bad behavior deserves an appro- 
priate response. That it is o.k. to 
let your kids know that when their 
behavior harms others/that they '.'., 
will have to give up something im- 
1 portant in their life. That it's o.k. . 
to not hug a child who has just 
hurt someone else. We have a real 
[resistance to this society-wide. In 
fact, I would go as far as saying 
that I believe we. are one of the 
only societies that coddles our 
'criminalsto the point of nausea. 
Youmay be saying to your- 
selves now, "But these are only 
kids!" If we don't get over that 
philosophy and soon, our society 
is doomed. When kids do adult 
type offenses and take lives or de- 
stroy lives, they are no longer just 
kids anymore. They are lethal 
weapons and should be treated as 
such. Bill Clinton told us that we 
have to learn how to protect our 
kids from violence. I have news 
for him. The violence is being 
committed by the kids. How 
about we protect all of our society 
from all people who have demon- 
strated, anjabsolute disregard for 
human life. Kids or adults. How 
about we protect all of society 
from here on out by making sure 



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that people who threaten are nev- 
er allowed to have the privilege of 
unsupervised freedom again. 
Freerjomis an earned privilege. \ 

You see news stories every day 
and they disappear as fast as you 
see them. A few weeks later, you 
might find yourself asking what 
ever happened to this killer or that 
killer. You never see the actual . 
consequence of their actions. 
These kids are also not seeing the 
result of the other kids actions, ex- 
cept in the pain that was caused. . 
Sociopaths love pain caused to 
others. They thrive on it. The 
equation cannot work the way it is 
now. 

You can clearly see the effect 
of what I am speaking about when 
you look at the last in this string of 
"would be kid killers." ; I hear that 
this one in Georgia was jumping 
up and down laughing when he 
was shootjng his gun.. Yes laugh- 
ing. His tears didn't happen until 
AFTER he got the spotlight. After 
that, someone (I think the princi- 
pal?) consoled him by putting his 
arm around him. What is going on 
[ here? Permanent damage hap- 
. pens to the victims, but the crimi- 
nals always seem to get another 
chance along with a lot of empa* 
thy! 

If "off balance" kids perceive 
power, attention, glory and excite- 
ment around these acts without 
witnessing anything negative hap- ' 
pening to the perpetrators, it's a 
proven dangerous mix. 

This column is for entertain- . 
ment purposes only. Information 
in this column cannot and should , 
not replace proper Psychological 
treatment.Dr, Sherri Singer is a Li- 
censed Clinical Psychologist, child- 
hood behavior specialist and au- 
thor of the hook, " ."Wliy kids mis- 
behavehVWiat every parent needs tocy. i 
know to keep their kids on the right 
track!" For an appointment, 
please call (847) 604-3483. 




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Depression Workshop 

Thursday, June 10 & June 17, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. 

Learn the symptoms, signs and types of depression and how they can 

be treated. Medication and other therapies will be discussed, and 

referrals are provided, if needed. The class is led by a licensed 

behavioral health social worker. Call for fees and registration.* 

Tai Chi 

Barrington Park District 
Wednesdays, June 16-August 18, 7 - 8:30 p.m. - $80 

Enjoy this ancient Chinese form of exercise that increases well being 

and enhances the quality of life. Held at the Barrington Park District, 

Langendorf Park, Barrington. Call to register. 

Art Therapy for Children & Adolescents 

Starts June 21, 3:30 - 5 p.m. - $120 

Art therapy gives children and adolescents, ages 6 - 20 years old, an 

opportunity to express their needs and feelings through their 

imagination and creativity. Helps build self-esteem, learn new ways to 

communicate and release stress. Classes are 1:1/2 hours each for six 

weeks. Offered by art therapist Radmila Abram, MA. 

< Call for exact dates. 

55 Alive/Mature Driving 

Wednesday, June 23 & Thursday, June 24, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. - $8 

55 Alive/Mature Driving is a state-approved driver improvement 
course. Produced by the American Association of Retired Persons, the 

class helps participants refine existing skills and develop defensive 

driving techniques. Participants must attend both half-day sessions to 

complete the course. Reservations are a must for this program. 

Call Senior Advocate at 847-382-7277. 

Anger Management Workshop 

Tuesdays, June 29 - August 4, 7 - 8:30 p.m. 

A workshop designed to help individuals learn to understand and 
control the intensity of their anger and the destructive behavior that 
can follow. Also learn relaxation techniques and stress management. 

Call for fees. 

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HEALTHWATCH 



June 4, 1999 



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ElderCARE offers health assessent to homebound elderly 



Age and poor health often re- 
strict a person's world to the inside 
of their home. While they may be in 
ned of medical care, the frail elderly 
arc often unable to get to seek med- 
ical care because of their physical 



limitations and/or lack of trans- 
portation. Victory Community El- 
derCARE, Waukegan, is changing 
all that. 

"We now offer people who are 
advanced in age and unable to 



leave their homes the opportunity 
to receive an in-home a health as- 
sessment," says Carole Johnson, 
R.N., B.S.N., congregational health 
coordinator for Victory Community 
ElderCARE. "Since we're able to of- 



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When it comes to medical care, I want the best! 

In western Lake County that means 

The Victory Surgery and Treatment Center. 

When I'm choosing a healthcare facility, I'm, fussy. I look for what's 
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a blood test, physical therapy, X rays or some other service, I feel 
confident that the Victory Surgery and Treatment Center will be the 
place to go. 

For information about outpatient surgery, diagnostic and treatment 
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Per the health assessments at no 
charge, a person's limited income 
does not become an issue." 

People in need of such services 
are identified to ElderCARE by their 
churches or other community 
agencies that serve Lake County's 
older population. Following a re- 
quest for service, a volunteer regis- 
tered nurse visits the elderly person 
at home. During the assessment, 
the nurse Identifies areas of need 
and provides education about med- 
ication, nutrition and other health 
issues. . 

"The ElderCARE nurse also pro- 
vides referrals to other resources 
aimed at improving or maintaining 
the person's healthy lifestyle, re- 
ducing isolation and coping with 
distress of the mind, body and spir- 
it," says Johnson. 

Each health assessment is indi- 
vidualized to the person. Assess- 
ment data Is gathered through ob- 
servation, measurement for impor- 
tant signs such as blood pressure, 
and interviews with the older per- 
son, family members and or in- 
home caregivers. 

A review of medications is an 
important part of all health assess- 
ments. Current prescriptions and 
over-the-counter medicines are re- 
viewed through a computerized ref- 
erence system for possible drug in- 
teractions. This review provides the 
person and his/her caregiver with 



up-to-date information to reduce 
the chance of adverse drug effects 
and to aid in the success of the drug 
treatment. Such information is es- 
sential in improving the health of 
oder adults because "as many as 
100,000 deaths in American hospi- 
tals each year may be linked to ad- 
verse drug events, including drug 
interactions", according to a 1998 
University of Toronto study. 

At Victory Community Elder- 
CARE, a registered nurse case man- 
ager coordinates referrals for the el- 
derly to community agencies, cler- 
gy, physicians, support groups and 
to ElderCARE community volun- 
teers. These volunteers provide ser- 
vices such as grocery shopping, 
telephone reassurance, friendly vis- 
its and escort to medical appoint- 
ments. 

"By recruiting, training and co- 
ordinating volunteers from area 
churches and the community-atr 
large, Victory Community Elder- 
CARE works cooperatively with 
community organizations to devel- 
op needed services to promote 
health, reduce isolation and en- 
courage independence for elders in 
need," says Johnson. 

For more information on in- 
home health assessments through 
the Victory Community ElderCARE 
program, call 360-4004, between 8 
a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday 
through Friday. 



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The American Physical Therapy 
Association (APTA) will operate a 
toll-free hotline on arthritis on June 
5-6, 9a.m. to 5 p.m., eastern time, 
the hotline is sponsored by APTA's 
Section on Geriatrics and section 
on Orthopedics. The toll-free num- 
ber is 1-888-385-2782. 

Physical therapists will answer 
callers' questions on treating and 
managing osteoarthritis, rheuma- 
toid arthritis, and other forms of the 
disease. 

"There are tips that physical 
therapists can offer to help people 
with arthritis to avoid fatigue arid 
flare-ups and to make their homes 



more 'arthritis friendly.' This simple 
information can make a big differ- 
ence in the quality of life for a per- 
son with arthritis," said APTA Presi- 
dent JanK. Richardson.'PT, PhD, 
OCS. 

The hotline is offered as a pub- 
lic service to help educate con- 
sumers about ways to make living 
with arthritis easier and less painful. 
It is not recommended as a substi- 
tute for a visit to a physical therapist 
or other health care professional. 

The American Physical Therapy 
Association is a national profession- 
al organization representing more 
than 74,000 members. 



THE ALZHEIMER'S CAKE GIVING SEMINAR & RESOURCE EXPOSITION 
"ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE: 
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SUNDAY, JUNE 13, 1999 
2:00- 4:00 P.M 

ILUNOIS STATE BEACH RESORT 

Refreshments will be served 

LEARN ABOUT • The cognitive, physical, and emotional changes 

ALZHEIMER'S • Row AbJieimer's Disease is diagnosed 

DISEASE: • Ways to interpret and manage agitated behaviors that 

commonly occur using environmental and care giver 

approaches 
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Infinltec Inc. posted a new spe- 
cial section, 'Accessing Entertain- 
ment', on its dynamic disability 
Web site, www.inflnitec.org. This 
section reports on the most recent . 
advances in multimedia entertain- 
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Site visitors can explore tech- 
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families and other caregivers by 
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magnification televisions. 

The entertainment section also 
explains specific points in the 
Americans with Disabilities Act re- 
garding its provisions for access in- 
side theaters and other public ac- 
commodations, such as concert ' 
halls and stadiums. Visitors also can 
learn how to activate the captioning 
features on their television sets, lo- 
cate purchasing information on 
closed-circuit or targe screen televi- 
sion sets, or find captioned pro- ■ 
gramming and interpretive theater 
productions. 

• New features in assistive tech- 
nology appear quarterly. The objec- 
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ful information on every aspect of 
daily living, learning, working and 
recreation. Past features are 
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infinltec Inc. is the national as- 
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by United Cerebral Palsy of Greater 
Chicago and United Cerebral Palsy 
Associations Inc., Washington, D.C. 
Infinitec strives to remove barriers 
to people with disabilities by mak- 
ing information about assistive 
technology and funding resources 
easily available. 



Car seat safety 
check June 12 

Safety experts estimate that at 
least eight out of 10 child safety 
seats are installed or used incorrect- 
ly. To help educate parents about 
proper child safety seat use, a free 
child safety seat Inspection will be 
held from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, 
June 12 at Belvidere Mall, 2107 • 
Belvidere Drive in Waukegan (Lewis 
Ave. and Belvidere Rd.). The Inspec- 
tion is sponsored by Provena Saint 
Therese Medical Center audits aux- 
iliary, the Lake County health De- 
partment, Anthony Pontiac and the 
Lake County Family YMCA. 

Certified inspectors will be on 
hand to check child safety seats for 
proper installation and appropriate 
usage. Spanish-speaking inspectors 
will be available. Children' activities 
are planned, including finger cast- 
ing, face painting, health screen- 
ings, and a child identification pro- 
gram with fingerprinting.Members 
of teh Waukegan police and dire de- 
partments will be on hand. 

Motor vehicle crashes are the 
leading cause of death among chil- 
dren. Unbuckled and/or improper- 
ly restrained.chlldren are twice as 
likely to die or be injured as the re- 
sult of a motor vehicle crash. 



JUNE 



■- At Midwestern Regional Medical Center 

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Mnrnmnnrnrrr ^49 Share experiences, explore Ideas, and express your feelings among a 
muiiiiiiuuiuiii. w Q of women who ^^ ^ , re going >U A r0U gh because they've 

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A mammogram can help detect breast cancer before you can see or feel ujui uu.it. iuu.™h ™™ u v» &> .f 

anything. Our eating and conscientious imaging specialist will fully explain DU ■■ 

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usually in less than-30 minutes. Results will be sent to your personal free UlMC: Ullldren S Immunization UlllIC 

physician. For an appointment, please call 847/731-4100. Saturday, June 12 ..... 9 - 1 1 a.m. 

Midwestern and the Lake County Health Department team up to provide . 

Free Screening: Blood Pressure Check t^l^t:^X^& itt ^ cMAeho ^ 

All month, by appointment ' v 

Have your blood pressure checked by a healthcare professional at one of r . ' ' ,. r . ,, . . 

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Monday, June 14 6 -7 p.m. 

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June 4,1999 



Optimize your traveling experience 
with summer common sense tips 



"Summer Is the perfect travel 
season for many reasons: lower fares 
to off-season destinations such as 
the Caribbean and the perfect op- 
portunity for family vacations since 
children are out of school," says 
WOR Radio Network's travel expert 
'"ValarieD'Elia. 
"Whether it's a business trip or a per- 
sonal getaway, to ensure a wonderful 
experience, follow the golden rule, 
the three P's of travel: Pleasure 

= Planning and Preparation." 
According to D'Elia, the most impor- 
tant advice is to keep essentials with 
you at all times. Besides credit cards 
and photo identification, there are 
other items never to leave home 
without •- for example, Shout Wipes, 
instant, portable stain treater tow- 
elettes. As on-the-go travelers do not 
always have easy access to laundry 
facilities or a quick change of clothes, 
a small spill can cause a big 
headache. By keeping Shout Wipes 
on hand, stains can be treated on the 
spot. 
PLAN 

- For shorter trips, consider fly- 
ing to enjoy as much time as possi- 

, ble. With longer vacations, a car ride 
allows more leisurely sight-seeing 
along the way. 

- Check out travel magazines 
and the Sunday newspaper travel 
section at your local library. If travel- 
ing for business, try to schedule an 
extra day for sight-seeing. 

- Call the convention and visitors 
bureau or tourist office of your travel 



destination to request an informa- 
tion packet or coupons for restau- 
rants and special attractions. 

- Search Web sites such as 
www.fodors.com, www.Preview- 
Travel.com and www.lTraveI.com to 
research travel destinations, airfares, 
hotels, rental cars and sight-seeing 
highlights. If traveling by car, consult 
your local motorclub. 

- Consider visiting an off-season 
winter destination like Iceland or Eu- 
rope to enjoy lower rates and less 
crowded attractions. 

PREPARE 

- Never leave home without the 
essentials. Use a comprehensive- 
checklist to help you remember 
what to pack. 

- Take traveler's checks in case of 
emergency, but keep in mind ATM's 
are widely available and eliminate 
the need to carry extra cash. ATM's 
also offer better currency exchange 
rates when overseas. 

- Alleviate jet lag by limiting alco- 
hol and caffeine. Drink plenty of wa- 
ter to prevent dehydration and eat 
lightly on the flight. Stop often on 
long drives, switch drivers and keep 
air circulating to prevent fatigue. 

- Safeguard luggage by carrying 
it on the plane and not packing valu- 
ables inside. Put labels and colorful 
ribbon or tape on your luggage so 
you can easily identify it. When stop- 
ping on the road, take important 
items witli you if a vehicle is left 
alone.. 

- All trips should be enjoyable 



and trouble-free. Be flexible, venture 
off the beaten track, try new cuisine 
and converse with the locals. Try to 
leave worries at home and pack a 
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Forgetting to pack essential 
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sure to "unpack" this quick, easy ref- 
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Personal medication Sun- 
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with Balloon Rally 



The 24th Annual Great Wis- 
consin Dells Balloon Rally, 
June 5 and 6, promises to 
. be spectacular with a 
kaleidoscope of hot air balloons 
from around North America. With 
more than 90 different balloons, in- 
cluding the Famous Footwear 
Shoe and a huge Eagle, the Great 
Wisconsin Dells Balloon Rally is 
considered to be the third- 
largest hot air ballooning event 
in the nation. 

A nationally-sanctioned com- 
petition, the Great Wisconsin Dells 
Balloon Rally is expected to attract 
more than 90,000 visitors as the bal- 
loons launch on three separate oc- 
casions, Saturday at 6:30 a.m. and 6 
p.m. and Sunday at 6:30 
a.m.(weather permitting). During 
the morning launches, balloonists 
compete to earn points toward the 
1999 national competition based 
upon their skill and accuracy in se- 
lected balloon tasks. The Saturday 
evening launch features a mass as- 
cension of all 90 balloons. 

In addition to the breathtaking 



launches, other events are sched- 
uled to entertain visitors throughout 
the weekend. On Saturday from 3 
p.m. to 5 p.m., balloonists will an- 
swer questions during "Ask the Pi- 
lot" sessions. At this time spectators 
will be allowed to personally exam- • 
ine the balloon baskets while learn- . 
lng more about hot air ballooning. 
Live music by The Swing Crew will 
entertain guests from 3 p.m. to 7 
p.m. and clowns will entertain with 
face painting and balloon animals 
from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday 
afternoon. 

The 24th Annual Great Wiscon- 
sin Dells Balloon Rally will be 
held at the intersection of Hwy. 
12 and Gasser Road, near exit 92 
of 1-90/94 in Lake Deltqn, Wis. . 
Concessions and specialty sou-; 
venirs will be available on the 
Great Wisconsin Dells Balloon 
Rally grounds. For additional in- 
formation on the event, or to or- 
der a 1999 Wisconsin Dells Travel 
& Attraction Guide, call 1-800- 
223-3557 or visit www.wisdells. 
com. 




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Safety check nets 
58 arrests 

Illinois State Police and the Lake 
County Sheriff's Department con- 
ducted a roadside safety check at Illi- 
nois 59 and Grass Lake Road over the 
Memorial Day weekend. . 

RJck Rokusek, District TWb Com- 
mander, said deputies from the sher r 
Iff 's department issued 58 arrest cita- 
tions during the five-hour detail. 

, Of those, seven arrests were for 
driving under the influence of alco- 
hol, two arrests for driving on a sus- 
pended drivers license, 14 arrests for 
operation ori an uninsured motorve- 
hicle, 13 arrests for occupant restraint 
violations, three arrests for illegal 
transportalon of alcohol, four arrests 
for illegal consumption of alcohol by 
a minor, eight arrests for drug viola- 
tions and two arrets for subjects 
wanted on criminal warrants. 

State ok's budget 

State lawmakers approved a $43 
billion budget that provides more 
money for funding education as well 
, as local improvement projects, ac- 
cording to State Sen. Adeline Geo-' 
Karis (R-ZIon). 

For elementary and secondary 
education, the budget totals reflect an 
. Increase of $394 million. In addition 
to placing 51 percent of all new rev- 
enues toward education, the budget 
allows for full funding of categorical 
programs, such as free school lunch- 
es and textbook reimbursements. 

The budget also included fund-, 
Ing for numerous local projects, in- 
cluding $11'; million for the Lake 
^Cfcunty University Center. 



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ByJOHNROSZK0WSKl& 
LESLIE PI0TR0WSK1 



Many tavern owners in unincor- 
porated Lake County are upset about 
a new ordinance to close the bars an 
hour earlier and would like the coun- 
ty to repeal it 

DonTiffany, president of the Tav- 
ern Owners Association of Lake 
. County, which represents about 85 
bars, said he plans to draft alerter to 
the liquor commission addressing 
the tayem owners' concerns. 

The ordinance, "which was ap- 
proved last month, takes effect July 1 . 
It provides that bars in unincorporat- 
ed Lake County must close by 1 a.m. 
on weekdays and 2 a.m. on week- 
ends. Previously, there was a 2 a.m. 
closing time on weekdays and 3 a.m. 
on weekends.' 

Tiffany said some of the night 
clubs in the unincorporated areas 
rely on their late night business on 
weekends to survive. . V 

Tthink before they passed it they 
should have notified all of the'tavern 
owners," said Tiffany. "We were' really 
unaware, anything was coming. up. 
The whole idea is to eyi should have 
contacted; die , pebple*direcUy.3ln- ^ 
volved. A' lot of tavern 'owners rare 1 ' 
very upset about it" 

The : intent' of the ordinance 
changes, according to county offi- 
cials, was to prevent people from 
bar hopping from villages that have 
earlier closing times to bars in the 
unincorporated areas. It was also 
an effort to' cut downoh drinking 
and driving. 

"There are a number of bars in 
residential areas in my district," said 
County Board member Bonnie 
Thomson Carter (R-Ingleside). 
"When other bars close at 1 or 2 a.m*., 
residents experience more traffic of 
people driving through their neigh- 
borhoods or down the Chain in their 
boats for another hour of drinking. 

"I felt the county should take a 
lead and listen to the concerns of its 
constituents and help control the 
nuisance that these neighborhoods 
have to experience,'' she said. 




Family care 

Sherry Wagner reads to her son Keith, 17, who suffers from a mental disability, in their Wadsworth 
home that includes an indoor swimming pool and. lift systems for the teenager. Above left, Sheri 
places Keith in a harness, suspended from a ceiling track, designed to help move him from one 
room to another. For more on the Wagner home, see At Home on page C9.— Photo by Sandy 
Bressner 



New funds may help Metra expand 



ByJOHNROSZKOWSK! 
Regional Editor 



A new federal funding package 
could pave the way for expanded 
Metra rail service between Antioch 
and Chicago. , 

' The House Appropriations and 
Transportation Subcommittee ap- f 
proved a transportation funding bill; 
that Include^25'milllon.for: the ex- . 
pansiartof Metra service Oolong tlyree; 
lfries'riricludlhg the North Central 
line. 

The North Central line extends 



from Antioch south through LakeVU-. 
la, Grayslake and Mundelein south to 
Franklin Park, where it hooks up with 
Metre's east-west lines into Chicago. 
It was established in August 1996 and 
was the first new commuter service 
offered by Metravin more than 70 

' years. 

The train has seen phenomonel 

: growth in ridership since its^lhcep- 

tion, according ibJpBt * 
- Frank. Slalon,b.*ttie,il 

increase of 126 percent inrideiship" 
between 1997 and 1998,-the first two 

full year's of the line's operation. 



"The expansion of the North 
Central line is an absolute key to at- . 
lowing Metra to handle the growth 
(in ridership) in Lake County," said 
Malone. 

Despite this growth, the Federal 
Transit Administration in April had 
decided not to recommend funding 
for needed track implements' to,"., 
expand, the ,raU service. -However, 
with-, the help of U-S.. Rep. John 
Porter'* ofTAco. comity officials ■were 

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ByJOHNROSZKOWSK) 
Regional Editor 



There, is : good news and bad 
news for. Lake County's University 
Center project 

The good news is the Illinois 
General Assembly voted to reautho- 
rize $11 million in state funding for 
construction of the University Cen- 
ter that had been stripped from the 
budget 

But, while the state has agreed to 
foot its share of the bill, the county 
has a major obstacle to overcome. 



Where will it come up with the $11 
million it needs to fund its half of the 
project? 1 

County officials had rested their 
hopes in a bill, that would have al- 
lowed the county to establish a 1/4 
percent sales tax, subject to voter ap- 
proval, to pay for capital projects like 
the University Center. 

The legislation passed the House 
and was approved by a Senate com- 
mittee but Senate President James 
"Pate" Phillip refused to bring the 
matter to the floor before the legisla- 
tive session ended. 



County Administrator Karl Nol: 
lenberger serves on an 'ad hoc com- 
mittee to come up with funding al- 
ternatives for the University Center. 
He said a county sales tax would 
have generated $15 million if the vot- 
ers approved of the plan in a referen- 
dum. 

A portion of those funds would 
have gone to construction of the 
University Center. It also would have 
helped the county fund improve- 
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June 4, 1999 



More of Oscar's 
Winning Words 
of Wisdom XXII 

Last year in early spring, I 
shared some of the wisdom 
from Oscar Self s 55-year 
collection of quotes and say- 
ings. I called them Oscar's winners. 

This is a five-column month, 
when I take a little liberty with the 
last column's content- So, I'd like to 
share more of the wit and wisdom 
from Oscar's notebooks. 

Food for Thought 

• Sign in a factory office: Your raise 
will become effective as soon as you 
do. 

• Count your blessings, your critics 
are keeping track of your mistakes. 

• In this world of give and take, there 
are very few who are willing to give 
what it takes. 

• You should file your income tax, not 
chisel it 

• Motto to hang where the boss can 
see it when he comes by: I'm not lazy, 
I just work so fast I 'm always finished. 

• It's a good rule to be early, so that if 
you're running late you'll still be on 
time. 

• It's not the "IQ," but the "I will" 
that's important. 

" •The glory of life is to love, not be 
loved; to give not to get; to serve, not 
to be served. 

•Wouldn't it be wonderful if, when 
we lose our temper, we couldn't find 
it? 

• An exhaustive study of police 
records shows that no woman ever 
shot her husband while he was do- 
ing the dishes. 

• Public speaking is a little like taking 
a vacation, it helps to know the right 
place to stop. 

• The best thing about the good old 
days is that we were younger than. 

• Freedom is the right to be wrong, 
not the right to do wrong. 

• One of the easiest lessons to Ieam 
is; If you want to be the toast of the 
town, you need a lot of bread. 

• Don't be afraid to ask dumb ques- 
tions. They're more easily handled 
than dumb mistakes, 

• Habit makes a good servant, but a 
bad master. 

• The richest man in the world is not 
the one who still has the first dollar 
he ever earned, it's the man who still 
has his first friend. 

• What the world needs is an amplifi- 
er for that still small voice. 

• Happiness is like a butterfly, which 
when pursed, is always just beyond 
your grasp, but which, if you sit 
down quietly, may alight upon you. 
•Teenagers haven't changed much. 
They still grow up, leave home, get 
married and have babies. The big 
difference is that they don't always 
do it in that order. 

Health Thoughts 

• Fatness - The past tense of fitness. 

• Patient to doctor "I know I should 
have come to you sooner doc, but I 
was stuck in your waiting room." 

• The first sign of old age is when you 
hear "snap, crackle and pop" in the 
morning and it isn't your breakfast 
cereal. 

• Do you realize that before televi- 
sion no one really knew what a 
headache looked like? 

• About the only time being over- 
weight will make a man feel better is 
when he sees it on a girl he nearly 
married. ; , t , -. '. 

• Obesity Is'a condition th'at'pfoves 
that God does not help those who 
help themselves and help them- 
selves and help themselves. 

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Against the Wal-Marts. You may write 
to him in care of Minding Your Own • 
Business, POBox67 t Amarillo, TX 
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All-brand truck center keys one-stop center 



America's most wanted vehicles 
are on parade at an all-brands, heav- 
ily discounted "super store" in 
Waukegan. 

A new concept in bringing to- 
gether all the hottest models in light 
trucks, SUV's and mini vans at one 
location is the brainchild of Jeff En- 
tratter, president and owner of 
Union Nissan, inc., a successful fix- 
ture on the Lake County automo- 
tive scene located at 3315 W. Grand 
Ave., 

Entratter has titled the venture 
Truck World, adjacent to Union Nis- 
san, and designed the center to be- 
come a beehive for motorists in the 
market for like-new and high quality 
used pick-ups, SUVs and vans at be- 
low market prices. 

"You name it. we have them all 
at Truck World— Fords, Chevro- 
let's, Dodges, foreigns. You don't 
have to waste time going from deal- 
er to dealer. These are the hottest, 
most popular vehicles in the busi- 
ness, all in one place," enthused 
Entratter, 44, a long-time 
Waukegan auto merchant who is 
celebrating his sixth anniversary as 
a Nissan dealer. 

"Best of all," Entratter contin- 
ues, "consumers can obtain the 
model they want at savings from 
$3,000 to $7,000." Typical savings 
translate up to $100 per month on 
consumer loan payments, accord- 
ing to Entratter, who started selling 




Union Nissan on Grand Avenue in Waukegan welcomes next door neighbors, Truckworid, selling all 
brands of trucks from its site next door to the Nissan dealership.— Photo by Sandy Bressner 



cars when he was 19. 

What shoppers will find at Truck 
World, identified by. a distinctive 
world globe sign high above the sales 
lot, will be a selection of 250 to 300 
vehicles of all brands of the most 
sought out truck-frame models. The 



section offered ranges from program 
vehicles and traditional used to "vir- 
tual" new units with no miles on the 
audometer— "with plastic still on the 
-seats." 

Entratter said he is not per- 
forming any slight-of-hand magic 



in offering hot, short supply vehi- 
cles at unbelieveably low prices. 
What Truck World is doing, Entrat- 
ter explained, is sourcing vehicles 
from independent brokers who are 
taking advantage of fluctuations in 
the dollar. 



Bears key support for 50 youlli jobs County upgrades radio 

A group of current and former sports luminaries participating. Tom 
Chicago Bears combined with inter- Waddle, noted for his spectacular 
ested Lake County business leaders is catches from his wide receiver posi 



providing the economic 
muscle to support a high- 
ly acclaimed student sum- 
mer job program. 

The ex-Bears provide 
name recognition for the 
Youth Conservation Corps 
Celebrity Golf Outing, the 
majority fund raising en- 
deavor of the not-for-prof- 
it corporation that funds 
50 students for a work- 
study program with the 
Lake County Forest Pre- 
serve Dist. 

This year's golf ouUng will take 
place Wednesday, June 16, at Coun- 
tryside Golf Course, Mundelein. 

Approximately 300 golfers are ex- 
pected this year, according to Jack 
Beavers of Hawthorn Woods, vice 
president of human relations at Mo- 
torola/Libertyville and co-chair of the 
event that begins with a 10 a.m. in- 
structional session conducted by pro- 
fessional golfers. 

Beavers said a tent will be erected 
for cocktails and dinner, and a live 




Morrissey 



tion, said ex-Bears take 
their YCC involvement 
seriously. 

"We do our best 
to make the event enjoy- 
able. YCC is great cause," 
stated Waddle, who also 
resides in Hawthorn 
Woods. Waddle said Jim 
Schwantz, a current Bears 
player, will replace Ron 
Rivera, a past YCC golf 
outing participant, who 
now is on the Philadel- 
phia Eagles coaching staff. 

Golf, lunch and dinner is avail- 
able for $150 per person. Golf and 
lunch is only $135 each. A foursome 
with a celebrity is available for 
$1,650. Interested players can call 
526-4782. 

Lake County corporations have 
been strong YCC supporters since 
1981. The YCC advisory committee 
reorganized as a 501 (c) (3) not-for- 
profit corporation in 1994. 

Jim Flury of Deerfield.an AT&T 
executive and vice president of the 



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silent auction that will be part of the YCC board, said support from the 

festivities. business community never is lacking. 

Jim Morissey, former Bears fine- Some corporations contribute 

backer and honorary YCC board $15,000 to support an entire six-per- 

member, is heading the delegation of son crew. 



Bank joins youth effort 



The County of Lake has awarded 
a contract to Ericsson Inc., of Lynch- 
burg Va., for a digital two-way radio 
communications system to be uti- 
lized by public safety and public ser- 
vice agencies. 

With purchase, Lake County 
joins other Illinois agencies in using 
Ericsson's Enhanced Digital Access 
Communications System (EDACS®) 
for critical communications system 
in the state. 

The contract, valued at more 
than $6 million, is for an 800 MHz 
EDACS which will handle dispatch 
and digital radio communications. 
The proposed four-site, eight-chan- 
nel system provides communica- 
tions flexibility and can operate in 
both analog and digital modes, en- 
abling users on the new system to 
communicate with other conven- 
tional and trunked radio users in 
nearby jurisdictions. 



"Our current radio system does 
not provide the necessary coverage," 
stated Lake County Communica- 
tions Director Garry Gorr. "We have 
a lot of congestion on the system and 
are plagued with interference from 
other frequency users, with the im- 
plementation of EDACS, we are look- 
ing forward to a public safety system 
that provides portable radio cover- 
age county-wide." 

Approximately 525 users of the 
Lake County system will be 
equipped wit Ericsson's LPE porta- 
bles and Orion mobiles. The county 
provides services to roughly 583,000 
citizens within 470 square miles. 

A local organization, Radicom, 
Inc. had been selected to provide the 
installation and maintenance of the 
Lake County system. The equip- 
ment for the Lake County system will 
be manufactured at the Ericsson fa- 
cility in Lynchburg. 



Lake Zurich Y started; Aim 
for February occupancy 



• First National Bank-Employee 
Owned (FNBEO) with locations in 
Antloch and Gurnee has joined 
America's Promise, a movement cre- 
ated by General Colin Powell de- 
signed to help America's Youth. 

"We* are joining a group of 
community banks who are com- 
mitted to helping young people in 
the communities they serve" said 
Karen Kubin, marketing and pub- 
lic relations representative for the 
bank. 

America's Promise was formed 
by General Powell in an effort to mo- - 



bilize the Nation with the goal of en- 
suring that our youth have access to 
the fundamental resources they 
need to become successful adults. 

"Joining Americans Promise 
means that we promise to continue 
sponsoring youth jreiated-activities. 
inthenJiture,",said'ICub|n; J ■ * '■ ■ 

Currently, FNBEO supports a 
wide variety of youth activities that 
include; Support of local .Boy- and 
Girl Scout Troops, 4*H Clubs/Youth 
Baseball, Soccer, Swim Teams, Spe- 
cial Olympics, Unlted'Way/ andvar- 
ious grade programs. 



J. Andrew Jones, Senior Partner of 
MTI . Construction Services, LLC, 
broke ground on a new 35,000 sq. ft. 
YMCA in Lake Zurich. The facility is 
located on a 23-acre site at 1025 Old 
McHenryRoad. 

"Development of this new YMCA 
will provide a tremendous resource 
for the families and businesses in the 
area," said Steve Dahlin, Executive Di- 
rector of the Ela Township YMCA. 
"Population in this area is predicted 
to rise 40% over the next ten years. In 
light of this, we have planned a re- 
gional facility to service 14 surround- 
ing communities that will accommo- 
date this type of growth." 

. ThenewtwoTStoryYMCAisde- . 
signed as a flagship facility for the or- 
ganization. A hlghtech fitness area 
will feature weight machines that 



record workout results, and provide 
suggestions upon each use of the ma- 
chine based on previous perfor- 
mance. An indoor pool and running 
track will be Incorporated into the 
building layout for the future imple- 
mentation. Spacious locker rooms 
and parking for 350 vehicles are addi- 
tional amenities, 

Eight acres of wetlands will be ac- 
cessible through walking paths, 
boardwalksand kiosks. A one-acre 
pond with a pier will be used for both 
fishing and ice skating. 

Ernest Spina of MTI Construction 
Services, LLC, Des Plaines, is the pro- 
ject Manager. Northbrook,- Illinois- 
based Sente & Rubel Architects is the 
project architect. Completion of the 
facility is scheduled ; for- February, 
2000. 



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Wauconda Township— The road to a successful cele- 
bration starts way back in the early planning stages; which is 
. the path Wauconda Township is taking to prepare for its 
150th anniversary. 

,- : A brainstorming session was held at Wauconda Township, 
with 13 representatives from community organizations in 
Wauconda, Island Lake and Volo discussing plans for a birth- ■ 
day celebration of their township in the year 2000. 

The group decided on a mid-September2000 date for the 
celebration, and selected a theme, "Wauconda township— 
150 Years of Neighborly Government." Potential sites include 
the ; Wauconda Park District Cook Park grounds and ;the Wau- 
conda High School and Cook Museum grounds. 

No valedictorian this year 

Wauconda— The 83rd Annual Wauconda High School 
Commencement will take place Saturday, June 5, at 1030 a.m. 
on the Ray Porten Athletic Field, 555 N.'Malh St. 

The 1999 graduation marks the first the school will hot 
have a valedictorian or salutatorian, as the school has gone to 
a new format of honoring all graduates with a 4.0 or above cu- 
mulative grade point average as Distinguished Senior Honor 
Students. 

. WHS will have 12 Distinguished Senior Honor Students, 
one whose older sister was valedictorian of the Class of 1991, 
and another who's older brother was third in his graduating 
class. 

Grant High holds graduation 

Fox Lake— Grant Community High School will hold its 
69th Annual Commencement on Saturday, June 5, at 11 a.m., 
on Paul & Lewis Field, 285 E. Grand Ave. 

The program will include the valedictory address by Nicole 
L, Nemecand the salutatory address by Alejandro Arango. 

Senior Class President Kara M. Butler will present the class 
gift 

Woman seeks to join male club 

■ Johnsburg— History is scheduled to be made Monday, 
June 7, when the Johnsburg Community Club will vote on al- 
lowing Patricia Bingmari to become the first female member 
of the 77-year-old club. 

' The'comrhuhlty service organization was founded in: ■ 
1922, and has never had a woman among Its members, which *'■ 
at one time numbered 350 but are now down to 248. , 

Blngman, assistant superintendent of Johnsburg School/- 
District 12, wants to join the club for its* networking and so-, z 
cializing functions. She said she wanted to'joiii the club for a 
long time, but always thought members needed to be invited. 
Club President Mike Clark has stated the club has never had 
women because no women ever applied. 

Guitar manufacturer moves 

Mundeleln— The Village of Mundelein will soon be 
home to a world-renowned guitar manufacturing company. 

: Washburn International, a guitar-manufacturing compa- 
ny located in Vemon Hills, will make its move to Mundelein 
sometime this month. The company will be located in the old 
Decorel building at 444 E. Courtland. 

Mundelein MainStreet has joined in on some of the fun 
by displaying a life-size cutout of KISS guitarist Paul Stanley at 
its office, 16 E. Park St. One of Washburn's Paul Stanley Signa- 
ture Series guitars is also on display. 

MainStreet officials said the display is part of an intro- . 

duction to the products which are offered by Washburn. 

\ Washburn, with its move to Mundelein, will be consoli- 
dating three other plants.from Vernon Hills, Chicago, and 
Elkhart, Ind. The Mundelein office will be home to over 200 
employees for factory and office operations. " 
The office will be open this month. 

Woman attacked in Guraee 

Gunice— A Beach Park woman was attacked after leav- 
ing Kohl's Department Store, 6525 Grand Ave., on May 25. 
' After finishing her shopping at the store, the woman 
walked to her vehicle , placed her packages in the car, and 
proceeded to sit in the driver's seat. A man approached the 
vehicle and then attempted to push the woman into the pas- 
senger seat, said Commander Jay Patrick of the Gurnee Police 

Department. — 

When the woman tried to fend off the subject, a struggle 




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ensued. She was then able to crawl out of the passenger-side 

door. 

The man then fled the scene. 

The subject was described as a white male, between the 
ages of 45 and 55,' with gray, disheveled hair and a heavy build. 
He was wearing dark- framed glasses. 

The incident is currently under investigation. 

Tornado victim relief a success 

lindenhurst— With the tornado stricken people of Okla- 
homa in mind, Frank Davis, executive director of the linden- 
hurst Early Childhood Center (LECC) , decided to hold a com- 
munity-wide relief collection. 

This undertaking enabled Davis to inform the children at 
the LECC about what happened to the people in Oklahoma, 
and allowed the children to have hands-on involvement in the 
project. Davis set the collection goal at 10,000 pounds. 

Beginning on May 10, the campaign for the 
accumulation of goods to be shipped to Oklahoma took off. As 
Davis said, "With word spreading so much, it really got the in- 
terest going." The LECCeven received donations and calls of 
interest' from people as far away as Lake Forest, Highland Park, 
Crystal Lake, and McHenry, 

Davis and the 3 to 7 year-old children at the LECC put to- 
gether over 200 care packages for the victims. By May 28 when 
"the collection was picked up, the total had reached almost 
55,000 pounds of non-perishable goods. Thisexceeded the ini- 
tial goal by nearly 45,000 pounds. 

Cardinal George visits Cemetery 

UbertyvUle— This Memorial Day brought an honored vis- 
it by Cardinal Francis George, Archbishop of Chicago, to the 
annual Memorial Day field Mass at Ascension Cemetery in Lib- 



ertyville. 

In the Roman Catholic Church Memorial Day stands out 
as a special day of devotion. 

In the 71 years that Mass has been held at Ascension 
Cemetery on Memorial Day, this was the first time a 
Cardinal had been present and given the Mass. 

..Cardinal George attended the field Mass to bless the new 
mausoleum at the cemetery. 

The beautiful weather and Cardinal George's visit brought 
. a larger crowd than normal, 1,500 attendees. 

During his homily he referred to the war in Kosovo Indi- 
rectly, according to Father Merold. Cardinal George talked 
' about the great need to pray for peace In this country and 
world during this time in history. He asked the Church to 
pray for.those who fought and died to defend our freedom 
and for those fighting currendy. 

He went on to discuss the contradictions of war. How it 
solves'problems, but creates other newproblems, according . 
■; to Jeff Johnson, music director at Queen of Peace. 

High schools holds graduation 

Llbertyvtle— Caps and gowns have been ordered and fi- 
nal exams are in the past. The drily thing left for seniors of the 
Class of 1999 to do is walk across the stage in black caps and ' 
gowns and receive their diploma from LCHS. 

Teachers, family and friends will be present for the Class 
of 1999 of Libertyville High School to move on to greater op- 
portunities through a higher education Friday, June 4. 

The commencement exercises will take place at 7:00 p.m. 
in the Welsh-Ryan Arena at Northwestern University in 
Evahston. 

Class President Jeremy Blair and Valedictorian Matthew 
Chong will deliver their messages to their fellow classmates. 

Bomb rumor evacuates school 

' Round Lake— Approximately 1 ,000 Round Lake High 
School students in the middle.of taking their third period/final 
exams were evacuated and sent home over a bomb -threat ru- 
mor. 

Dr.'Mary Davis, Superintendent of ttouhaLake District 
116, stated that at B:4S ; aTm:, thepriricf pal'a secretary received 
> a phone call from orv adult male whose child heaid;aTumor . 
that a student, angry about hot graduating, was threatening^ 

to bomb the high school. 

The rrioh said he was making the call because he did not 
want to see a repeat of Littleton. Colorado. 
1 ■■ *« "'•After "an 1 extensive search' of. the building and lockers, no 
explosives or other dangerous materials Were found. 

■ Round Lake Chief of Police Charles Toy said investigators ' 
4 have interviewed 20 subjects and have narrowed their suspi- 
cions down to one male. Officers were posted at the high, 
school for.the remainder of the week. 

Valley Lakes development half-sold 

Round Lake— Heron Landing at Valley Lakes in Round 
Lake is approaching the half-way-sold mark. 

Heron Landing is one of 21 "neighborhoods within Valley 
Lakes, an 865-acre master planned community. In all, more 
than 450 acres of open space with wetlands and native forests 
are being preserved. 

Thirty new ponds and lakes are being added to Valley 
Lakes. Landscape buffers of trees, shrubbery, and tall prairie 
and Indian grasses will surround the newly created lakes and 
enhance the community as a whole. 

• "Valley Lakes is the only community in the Chain 
O'Lakes vicinity to provide natural resources this elaborate," 
said Carol Shahahan. 

Church to hold county fair 

Wadsworth— The Church of St. Patrick in Wadsworth is 
celebrating its 150-year anniversary with the Paddy's County 
Fair on Saturday, June 12 from 1 1 a.m. to 8 p.m. 

Everyone is welcome to enjoy this outdoor event featur- 
ing contests, games, petting zoo, a Dixieland band, DJ, danc- , 
ing, and great food. 

Admission is free. Food and activity tickets will be avail- 
able for purchase. Parking space will be provided behind 
Wadsworth Feed With shuttle transportation to the church . 
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OPINIONS 



June 4, 1999 



Lakeland Newspapers 

William H. Schroeder 

Publisher 

Neal Tucker 

Executive Editor/ 
Operations Manager 

30 South Whitney St., Grayslakc, Illinois 60030 
Tel: (847) 223-8161. E-mail: cdlt@Ind.com 

EDITORIALS 

Get out of politics, 
developers told 

In somewhat more delicate phraseology, County Board 
Rep. Larry Leafblad (R-Highland Lake), chairman of 
planning, building and zoning, told developers to butt 
out of politics if they want a place at the table deciding 
land use policy in the future. 

Leafblad was responding to a suggestion from the Home 
Builders' Assn. that members be hired to help draft new zon- 
ing and development procedures. The plain spoken chair- 
man didn't have to resort to the old saw about "letting the fox 
in the hen coop," but he got his point across by mentioning 
that majority members of the committee have experienced 
an "adversarial relationship" with builders who have worked 
to unseat pro-environment officials by funding election 
campaigns of their opponents. 

That said, the forthright chairman indicated that the 
builders' suggestion will be considered. With land for devel- 
opment becoming more scarce, builders are pushing county 
officials for higher density planning that they have enjoyed 
for a number of years in Lake County municipalities. They 
see it worthwhile to be part of the process instead of stand- 
ing on the outside tossing political hand grenades. 

While county officials are putting the finishing touches on 
the long-awaited Unified Development Ordinance, builders 
seek heavy density authority in projects involving set asides 
for open space or forests as opposed to the current County 
Board posture of preserving open space and protection of 
the environment. Couched in a newly formulated "let's- 
work- together" approach, developers don't want the density 
question to get very far afield. 

Politicians and builders are dealing with the same amount 
of dwindling open space. They ought to get together to 
make the most of it. 



Involving teens 

sensible approach 

to some issues 



A trend involving youth in local government may 
have started last year when Fox Lake seated an 18- 
year-old to fill a vacancy on the village board. 
Now, officials of Warren Township are involving 
young people in considering the feasibility of building a 
$400,000 park for skateboarders, in-line skaters and bikers. 
At an Initial meeting, township trustees conferred with 
about 40 teens on needs for a park with ramps, straight- ■ 
aways and rails. 

Providing for the youthful daredevils involves serious plan- 
ning. Several skaters said the park should be kept open until 
curfew to provide sufficient time for all the skaters and bik- 
ers to get in a good workout. Adults in the know are ap- 
plauding the proposal so parking lot blacktops can be re- 
i turned to automobile parking. ., , 

■ We thought installation of a teenager on the village coun- 
' cil was more than a little far-out, but involving young people 
in the planning process for community recreation and other 
' needs of the younger generation makes sense. When young 
people are helping shape their future, they're not churning in 
angry retaliation to an insensitive society. Something to 
think about. 




VIEWPOINT 



Youth corps gets 
teens motivated 



Fifty students are getting 
ready for a super summer 
of eight weeks of earning 
and learning. 
They are members of the Lake 
County Youth Conservation 
Corps(YCC), a select group of * 
youths who work on Forest Pre- 
serve projects, combining out- 
door work experience with 40 
hours of environmental educa- 
tion. 

Boys and girls aged 16 to 18 se- 
lected by lot from a field of more 
than 500 applicants will go to work 
June 14. They'll be paid $6.25 per 
hour and work under crew chiefs 
directed by Bob McCammon, su- 
perintendent of support opera- 
tions for the Lake County Forest 
Preserve Dist. 

Two of the crew leaders, alumni 
of previous YCC sessions, de- • 
scribed the kind of jobs the teens 
from all corners of the county will 
be handling — building foot- 
bridges across wetlands, restoring 
prairie land, installing playground 
equipment, stream clean-up, 
erecting habitat for birds and 
ducks. 

"Experience of a lifetime," ex- 
claimed Matt O'Gorden of Liber- 
tyville, a muscular college student 
and role model for YCC rookies. 
O'Gorden said YCC work is physi- 
cally demanding. Last year corps 
members put in 100,000 plants. 
"It's hard labor," he emphasized. 
• Jayson Marsoobian of Waukegan, 
another crew leader, predicted the 
YCC experience "will be inspiring." 
He described himself as "shel- 
tered" as a teen. "I didn't know 
what I wanted to do. Working 
with my peers, I got motivated. I 
decided I wanted to attend col- 
lege." Marsoobian is taking 
courses that will prepare him for a 
career in environmentalism/ 
The work/education program is 
funded by the Forest Preserve Dist. 
and a not-for-profit corporation 
made up of interested business 
persons and corporations. Cost of 
the program runs between 
$1 10,000 and $120,000. YCC start- 
ed in 1974 with a federal grant. 
Since 1982 it has been funded so- 
ley by private sources. 

Friendly Midwest 

Take it from Lisa Heaton, mid- 
westerners are pretty nice folks. 




BILL SCHROEDER 

Publisher 



Heaton, a native of Maryland, ad- 
mitted to having misgivings mov- 
ing here several years ago when 
her Navy husband was transferred 
to Great Lakes Naval Training Cen- 
ter. 
"We had lived on both coasts and 
in other parts of the world, but 
never the Midwest. I didn't know 
what to expect," remarked 
Heaton, who organized 
Grayslake's first Farmers' Market 
and served as director of the 
Downtown Council, Now the 
Heatons are returning to the land 
of crab cakes and the home of the 
Orioles. "I've made friends I'll 
never forget. The Midwest was a 
great experience," she stated say- 
ing goodbye. 

Tornado prone 

Steve Young, long-time sports 
photographer for Lakeland News- 
papers, is hounded by tornadoes. 
In Charleston a few weeks ago to 
cover a prep track meet, Young 
found the sports event threatened 
by funnel clouds. 



Steve's first experience with a 
tornado was as an 8-year-old 
when he was picked up by swirling 
winds near An tioch and hurled 
100 feet. Were you scared? he was 
asked. "Not really. It was sort of 
fun. I just hollered to my mother, 
'Look mom. I'm flying.' I found 
out about the danger later." 

Busy student 

Congratulations to Rob Brad- 
shaw of Park City, the new stu- 
dent trustee at College of Lake 
County. Rob is a 1998 graduate t 
of Calvary Christian School, Lake. 
Villa, who is pursuing an associ- V 
ate of arts degree in theatre. He 
fits the "busy person who gets 
things done" description— ac- 
tive in student senate, serving on 
the CLC tech and curriculum 
commission and work at WCLC, 
student radio station. 

Geo on-the-job 

State Senator Adeline Geo- 
Karis (R-Zion) was a blurr in mo- 
tion over the long Memorial Day 
weekend. After a tension-filled 
General Assembly session ad- 
journed Thursday, Geo-Karis hur- 
ried home to be on hand Friday 
when Gov. George Ryan signed her 
bill at Antioch toughening drunk 
driving rules for boaters. Saturday 
and Sunday was spent "catching 
up" on things. (Actually, she out 
distanced this geezer columnist). 
Monday she took part in three pa- 
rades. Tuesday morning she was 
working the phones and making 
appointments. All in a day's work 
for a hard-working legislator who 
defies her 80ish years. 



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t has always been said that in a 
democracy the majority rules. 
Election trends show that the 
saying should be revised to 
read that in a democracy, the majori- 
ty of a minority rules. In the recent 
election, only 25 percent of the regis- 
tered voters in Lake County voted, 
and that's even with the Highland 
Park mayoral race drawing over 
3,000 more votes than four years ago. 
Even with the voter apathy, those 
who do come out and vote seem to. 
be sounding out a general theme for 
everyone else. In recent years, in 
races for the county board, It has 
been the candidates who have spo- 
ken out against over-development 
who have won out over well-fi- 
nanced and often well-entrenched 
pro-development candidates. The 
anti-sprawl sentiment is becoming 
so strong that some pro-develop- 
ment candidates seem to speak with 
"forked tongues." 

In one of these columns, I have 
said that there's not much more to 
prove with the county candidates. I 
believe that the message has been 
loud and clear, and the "slow-growth 
bloc," if they stay the course, should 
remain in control of the county 
board for some time. What I said, 
too, was that voters have so much " 
more to do at the municipal level. 
That's where more of the "over-de- 
velopment" is now happening, in the 
cities and villages. 

The April election was evidence 
how the electorate can have an effect 
on growth in their communities. In 



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the Highland Park mayoral election, 
Dan Pierce won back the position by 
cornering his opponent, Mayor Ray 
Geracf , as the pro-growth candidate 
and Pierce won handily this time. In 
Gurnee, the voters won ah advisory 
election against the proposed Enter- 
tainment village and a team of three 
trustee candidates won and they ex- 
pect to be more aligned against poli- 
- cies that would bring more rapid 
commercial development in Gurnee. 
Even thought the referendum was 
advisory, the voters sent a loud mes- 
sage about how they feel on the 
"quality of life" issue, especially since 
the special interests out to defeat the 
referendum spent some bucks at the 
last minute, and still couldn't win out. 
Then there is the North Barring- 
ton arid Hawthorn Woods scene, 
where residents in both communi- , 
ties have been sounding out for 
some time that they oppose the con- 
struction of a large size shopping 
mall there. In a last-minute pre-elec- 
tion move, the mali plan was buried, 
In spite of the last-ditch turnaround, 
the voters in both communities 
turned down the village president in 
one community and the incumbent 



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PARTY LINES 

PARTY LINES, THE LAKELAND NEWSPAPERS' 

COLUMN OF POLITICAL OPINION, 

IS PREPARED FROM STAFF REPORTS. 

Rites for Memorial 



top service career 



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fter many years of exem- 
plary service as a village 
trustee, Bill Madole 
reached a high point. 



Memorial Day in a career commit- . 
ted to community service. 

With the help of a Libertyville 
High classmate, Jim Bobbins,. 
Madole saw an effort to establish a 
veterans memorial become reality 
May 31. . 

At a ceremony heavy with emo- . 
tiori, Madole and Robbins partici- 
pated in the dedication of a monu- 
. ment at Lakeside Cemetery honor- 
' ing37 men from LibertyviHe town- 
ship who lost their lives in Armed 
services from the Revolutionary War 
to the Persian Gulf War. 

Madole, who worked in a family 
masonry business until his retire- 
ment, served more than two decades 
on the LibertyviHe Council. 

Oops! 

A Partylirie item in an edition 
two weeks ago incorrectly stated the 
positions of Congressman Phil 
Crane and John Porter about the 
bombing in Kosovo. 

The item had the two represen- . 
tatives positions on the issue trans- 
posed. Crane opposes the bombing , 
in Kosovo. Porter supports the pre- 
sent policy. 

Tee time for recorder 

Not to be outdone by a flock of 
Republican golf outings, Democratic 
County Recorder Mary Ellen Van- 
' derventer will stage an outing of 
her own. The event will be staged 




Vanderventer: 

Taking to the links 

Wednesday, June 9 at Orchard Hills 
Golf Course, Waukegan. 

Mary Ellen has her pop, Wauk- 
egan Mayor Bill Durkln and Atty. 
J.Ted Kuderko serving as official 
hosts. Prospective players can call 
249-4404 to reserve tee times. No 
dinner is included in the $75 fee, 
but hprs' d'oeuvres will be served 
after golf. 

Happy birthday 

Lt. Gov. CorinneWood got an 
unexpected birthday surprise dur- 
ing her visit to Antloch for Gov. 
George Ryan's appearance. 

The governor presented Wood 
with a laminated plaque with por- 
traits of Abraham Lincoln during 
each term of his presidency between 
1861 and 1865. Wood is a history buff 
and a Lincoln admirer. She got other 
gifts as well. Antioch Mayor Marilyn 
Shineflug presented her with flowers. 
State Rep. Tim Osmond (R-Antioch) 
gave her some porcelain china. 



trustees in both. The voters were say- 
ing, "you tried to fool us one time, we 
won't give you a second chance." - 

The "crown jewel" of anti-devel- 
opment issues during the April elec- 
tion was the $55 million referendum 
to purchase and maintain open 
space in Lake County. The result was 
such a foregone conclusion that 
there was no organized opposition 
to the proposition. Still; I doubt if . 
anyone thought that the margin 
would be that overwhelming. 

When local public officials don't 
mirror the sentiment of their con- 
stituency, it is right that voters sound 
out and get involved. The April elec- 
tion is notice to village and city pollr - 
cy makers that when they win a local 
election they aren't given a "blank 
check" to do whatever they want 
How often have we heard the story 
that public officials have relied on a 
feasibility study, drawn up by so- 
called experts with no stake in the 
community, to make plans that af- 
fect the lives of people who do live 
there. • 

The fast election has shown that 
there is so much that people can do, 
even If it is an advisory-only referen- 
dum, to show their voice on what Is 
happening in their community. I like 
to call it Power of PeOple (POP). It is a 
hintof what we had In this election, 
and I hope that there is more of it in 
the future. It is participatory democ- 
racy at its grassroots' best ' 

This over-development in Lake 
County isn't going to stop of its own 
accord. It's all about money. But, we 
can slow it down if people get in- 
volved, as they have on the county 
level and as they are beginning to do 
atthe i municipal level. 
~k\ So, the Iqwvoter turnout wasn't 
all bad news. I look for the future lo- 
cal elections to be even more excit- 
ing, because the citizenry may be- 
come more involved even earlier 
than they did this time 



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your hometown? 

Illinois lawmakers last week 
passed a bill that will give a riverboat 
license to the suburb of Rosemont, 
near O'Hare airport 

The Rosemont casino will join 
the growing glut of places designed 
to satisfy our current national craze 
of seeing how fast we can throw . 
away our money. 

It seems gambling has replaced 
baseball (or whatever else was No. 1) 
as our national pastime. Casinos are 
sprouting like dandelions and folks 
are flocking to them. 

Four years ago, when Gov. 
George Ryan was secretary of state, 
he suggested issuing 10 new licenses 
for floating casinos — five in Chica- 
go, three in suburban Cook County 
and two in Lake County. 

Mayor Bill Duikin wants one in 
Waukegan and a group known as 
Lake County Riverboat LP. has pro- 
posed putting a casino on Fox Lake. 

The group ARC (Against River- 
boat Casinos) reacted to Ryan's idea 
by urging, "Let your elected officials 
know that gambling does not fit into 
good economics or family values." 

Nevertheless, within a few years 
Lake County bettors with money to 
bum may not have to drive to Auro- 
ra, Elgin, Joliet or Rosemont, or 
north to the Wisconsin Indian tribe 
casinos. 

Some of the suddenly prosper- 
ous Indians up there smugly display 
bumpers stickers that say, "John 
Wayne didn't kill us all." 

Concerned about the Rosemont 
deal are the lucrative operators of ... 
the Grand Victoria in Elgin, Illinois' ' 
most successful casino. Trie boat's 

owners and city officials fear a casi- 
no in Rosemont, 15 minutes closer 
to Chicago, may rob them of a third 
of their revenue. 

Well; the answer is so obvious. 
Increase the odds of winning. The 




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average player on the riverboats in 
Elgin, Aurora and Joliet, according to 
gaming officials, loses from S50 to ,,• 
$100 per visit Is that any way to. 
treafa patron?- 

Occasional visitors to the Grand 
Victoria have complained that the 
huge floating gambling hall is too 
packed on weekends and the slots 
are too stingy. 

Maybe the owners should allow 
more chances for players to go 
home as winners. The Impact of a 
nearby competitor might be soft- 
ened by increasing the odds In the 
gamblers' favor. 

Gambling always has been an 
insidious lure. The cavemen played 
with dice carved from animal bones. 
The ancient Romans wagered heavi- 
ly on gladiator fights and chariot 
races. 

Casino gambling is a heady vice, 
the ultimate escape. There are no 
clocks, time stands still. Surround- 
ing the roulette and blackjack tables ' 
are hundreds of slot machines filling 
the milieu with a hypnotic hum, a 
siren's song. 

"Players seem mesmerized, stuff- 
ing coins into the one-armed ban- ' 
dlts as fast as they can because the 
. next pull of the handle and spin of 
the wheels just might be a jackpot ■ 
. It's as exciting as the horse races 
and atot more fun than thestate lot- 
tery, uiatrip^orT Vmowrias fei tak orV 
stupid people." 

A casino in Rosemont won* be 
any closer than Elgin to most Lake. 
CouhtyOTnimuhities, but maybe it * 
, will increase our chances of winning 
when we do venture to Elgin. # 



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 

Grayslake preferred 
choice for university 



It is my understanding that the 
decision on the location of the 
' proposed University Center is to 
be made soon. As a resident of 
Lake County for the past 33 yeas, I 
support the Grayslake location. When 
the College of Lake County was built 
the site was chosen for its central lo- 
cation, the same reasoning should be 
used for the University Center. 

The CLC location would allow 
sharing of resources such as child 
care, bookstores and the library. It 
does not make sense to duplicate 
these services. This would be the 
most logical location from a mone- 
tary standpoint as well as expediting 
the start up time. Having the Univer- 
sity Center at CLC would also allow 
families with children (or parents 
and children) at different stages of . 
education to drive to one campus. 

1 know I speak for other Lake 
County residents in recommending 
Grayslake as the best location for the 
University Center. 

LizBIanchfield 
Gurnee 

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Lakehurst a great site 

The plans for the Lakehurst j 
Shopping Center are exciting to my 
family. This is important to everyone. 

The new tmiversity can even help 
to redevelop Waukegan and North 
Chicago. The location is just perfect 
fordoing this. I think if the multi- 
university is located here It will 



change the Image of the area to a 
very positive one. We need that 

We can go to school, shop in 
some nice stores from what I read 
and enjoy all of the entertainment, 
pedestrian walkways and skyways. I 
understand there will be a Midwest 
Main Street kind of approach to re- 
development. 

I know the project needs a lot of 
support. So I hope you all contact 
your elected officials to let them 
know about this project and to have 
them contact the people who will 
make the decision for where to lo- 
cate the university. Just imagine— 12 
universities teaching in Waukegan's 
Lakehurst Mall. What a change from 
what it is today. 

JohnD.Hintz 
Gurnee 

Crane defends views 

In the column, "Party Lines" (May 
21, 1999) my position on the military 
situation in Kosovo was severely mis- 
represented. ConcerrTed, I decided to 
write to you personally. 

I have not supported, nor will I 
"back" the administration on the 
. "bombing" In Kosovo, as your paper 
improperly stated. I am on record as 
opposing the U.S. and NATO inter- 
vention in Kosovo. Indeed, the 
tragedy in this region is authentic and 
heart-breaking. American military in- 
tervention in tills matter, however, is 
a meddling In the internal affairs of a 



foreign nation in which we have no 
business and which we do not have 
the proper means to rectify. This in- 
tervention is, instead, a dangerous 
and costly symptom of the American 
syndrome to manage and "police" the 
world. 

The goals of the current NATO 
military operation are vague and ill- 
defined. A military operation must 
state objectives and reach those ob- 
jectives through clearly-enunciated 
avenues. Neither the current admin- 
istration, nor the NATO high com- 
mand, have reached such goals In 
Kosovo. Instead, they have found 
themselves waddling about with a 
military operation that, quite frankly, 
has been running aground. 

I am, as all Americans are, much 
' concerned about the possibility of 
losing further American lives in this 
intervention. We have already lost sev- 
eral brave soldiers during a training 
mishap. Further loss would also be 
tragic. Simply, we must be concerned 
about the use of American soldiers 
where they shouldn't be deployed. 

I would appreciate that my proper 
stance on the Kosovo matter he repre- 
sented in "Party Lines'- or in ypur news- 
paper in the mturei It is my duty to rep- 
resent my district to the best of my 
abilities. I cannot do so if my views are 
improperly represented. Thank you. 

PhilCmne,M.C 

Member of Congress 
8th Dist. of Illinois 



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Walter A. Flok 

Age 87, passed away on Wednesday, May 26, 1999 at the 
St. Thercse Medical Center, Waukegan. He was bom on Aug. 
15, 191 1 In Poland and has been a resident ofWildwood since 
1991. Mr. Flok was a member of the American Legion Post 
419 and the UAW. 

He Is survived by his son, Felix (Carla) Flok ofWildwood; 
grandchildren, Carlcne (T.J.) Black, Felix Flok, Jr., Johnny B. 
all ofWildwood; great grandchild, Casey Mae; his sister In 
Poland and his niece, Pearl Krausc. He is preceded in death 
by his wife, Helen who passed away on March 13, 1973. 

Mass of the Resurrection was celebrated at St. Gilbert 
Catholic Church, Grayslake. 

Visitation was at Strang Funeral Chapel and 
Crematorium, Ltd., Grayslake. 

Interment was at Resurrection Cemetery, Justice. 

Carl H. Frost 

Age 79, a Spring Grove and Fox Lake area resident for the 
post 60 years. A former Chicago resident and for the past 20 
years a winter resident of Brooks ville, Fla., died on May 31, 
1999 at the NIMC in McHenry. He was bom at Chicago on 
Oct. 6, 1919. He was a veteran of WWII, having served in the ■ 
U.S. Army. Mr. Frost was a steel fabricator and was a long- 
time member of the Ornamental Iron Workers Union Local 
473. He was an avid bowler and golfer. 

Survivors Include his wife, Lucille M. Frost (nee Peters) 
. with whom he was united In marriage at Chicago on Feb. 10, 
1940. Also surviving are his five sons, Jack (Dee) Frost of 
Ingleside, Carl (Sharon) Frost, Arkansas, Michael Frost of 
North Carolina, Gregory (Marge) Frost of Johnsburg, Brad 
(Laurie) Frost of McHenry and the late Craig R. Frost; nine 
grandsons; seven grand daughters; seven great grandsons 
and eight great grand daughters; one twin brother, William 
Frost of Des Plalnes; one sister, Elaine Walbaum of Park 
Ridge; many nieces and nephews and other relatives. 

Friends of the family are Invited to attend a Memorial 
Service on Sunday, June 13 at the K. K. Hamsher Funeral 
Home, 12 N. Pistakee Lake Road, Fox Lake (in the Chapel on 
the Lake) for a 2 p,m. Service. 

■ The family will meet friends and neighbors from 1 p.m. 
until the 2 p.m. Service. 

The family have requested memorials for your favorite 
charities. 

Carolyn Ann Brown 

Age 75, passed away on May 27, 1999 at Upper Valley 
Medical Center, Troy, Ohio. Born on Jan. 6, 1924 In Cleveland, 
Ohio, she was the daughter of Peter Henry COnsia and Ruth 
Maude Colgrove. Carolyn was a medical assistant, and 
worked for Dr. Walter Malmon and Dayton Head and Neck 
until her passing. She was active in community theatre and 
was a 40-year member of Trumbull New Theatre in Niles, 
Ohio. She was an actress, producer, and director with this 
award-winning theatre company for over three decades. She 
contributed regularly to animal conservation causes, and 
was a member of the Calypso Society. Carolyn was a staunch 
anti-war activist, and belonged to Another Mother for Peace 
in the 1960s and 1970s. 

She is survived by her loving husband, J, Bachman Brown, 
her sister, Janet C. Michel and brother-in-law, Emory Michel; 
two sons, David Hayward Brown and Jeffrey Peter Brown, 
and daughter-in-law, Marilyn Barth. 

There will be no visitation. 

A memorial service will be held at the family's conve- 
nience-family and friends will be notified of the date. 

In4Ieu of flowers, the family asks that those who wish to 
remember her, make a donation to Trumbull New Theatre, 
5883 Youngstown-Warren Road, Niles, Ohio, 44446. 

Arran gemenis were handled by Routsong Funeral Home, 
Inc., Dayton, Ohio. 

Kelly Ann Donovan 

Age 19, of Round Lake Beach, died Monday, May31, 1999 
at Greene County, Wis. She was bom on Jan. 29, 1980 in " 
Libertyville to Thomas J. and Linda (Davila) Donovan. She 
attended St. Joseph Catholic School and was a 1998 graduate 
of Carrnel High School. She currently was a student at 
College of Lake County. She was employed at Walgreen's and 
K-Mart. ' 

Survivors include her parents, Thomas J. and Linda 
(Davila) Donovan of Round Lake Beach; two brothers, Paul 
and T. J. Donovan, both at home; maternal grandmother, 
Lydia Davila of Zion; and many aunts, uncles and-couslns. 
She Is preceded in death by her paternal grandparents, 
Thomas J. Sr. and Mary Donovan and her maternal grandfa- 
ther, Paul Davila. 

Visitation will beThursday, June 3 from 3 to 8 p.m. at the 
Justen's Round Lake Funeral Home, 222 N. Rosedale Court 
(Rosedale Court at Cedar Lake Road) Round Lake. 

The Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 9:30 a.m. Friday, 
June 4 at St. Joseph Church in Round Lake. 

Interment will be In Queen of Heaven Cemetery, Chicago. 

Memorials to St. Joseph Catholic School would be appre- 
ciated by the family, v / 

Irene E. Griffin 

Age 75 of Fox Lake, passed away Sunday, May 30, 1999 at 
the Fountains at Crystal Lake Health Center In Crystal Lake. 
' She was bom Sept. 6, 1923 in Antioch, the daughter of the 
late Joseph arid Carolina (Kreitner) Pachay. She had lived her 
entirellfe In Antioch, before moving to Fox Lake several years 
ago. She. was a member of St. Peter Church In Spring Grove 
and a former member of St. Peter Church In Antioch where 
she was part of the church choir for many years. Irene retired 



In 1983 from the Illinois Department of Public' Aid In 
Waukegan, where she worked as a caseworker for more than 
13 years. She was also a member of the AFSME* Union in 
Waukegan. On June 18, 1949 she married Robert L Griffin In 
Antioch. 

Survivors include her husband, Robert; one son, James 
(Linda) Griffin of Rockford and one sister, Sr. Jolene Pachay 
OSF of Springfield. She was the grandmother of Alex and 
Kathleen Griffin. She is preceded In death by two brothers, 
Carl and Joseph J. Pachay, 

A Memorial Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11 
a.m. Saturday, June 12 at St. Peter Church, 2218 Main St. 
Spring Grove with the Rev. Andrew Plesa, officiating. , 

Interment will be in Hickory Union Cemetery, Newport 
Township. 

There will be no visitation. 

Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Spring Grove 
Funeral Chapel, Spring Grove. 

Cecile Ann Frydrych 

Age 49 of Round Lake, died Sunday, May 30, 1999 at her 
home. She was born July 13, 1949 In Chicago to Horace and 
Stephanie (Walkowlcz) Huey. On July 13, 1969, she married 
Thadlous 'Ted* Frydrych of Round Lake. Formerly of 
Chicago, she was a resident of Round Lake since 1970. She 
was a homemakcr for the majority of her lifetime. She 
enjoyed making wedding cakes as well as baking and cake 
decorating. 

Cecile is survived by her husband of 29 years, Ted; a 
daughter, Ginger. (Michael) Delaney of Kenosha, Wis.; two 
sons, Erick Frydrych of Round Lake and Aaron (Michelle) 
Frydrych of Adams, Wis.; two grandchildren, Alexis Delaney 
and Aaron Frydrych; and her mother, Stephanie Huey of 
Chicago. She Is preceded in death by her father, Horace Huey. 

A Funeral Blessing and visitation was at Justen's Round 
Lake Funeral Home. 

Interment was at Ascension Cemetery in Libertyville. 

Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society 
or Highland Park Hospice. 

Janice 'Corky' Rivas (nee Korakas) 

Age 71, a resident of Lake Villa, passed away Saturday, 
May 29, 1999 at St Francis Hospital in Evanston, Janice was 
originally from Minnesota and then resided in Peoria for 
many years. She served her country proudly in the U.S. Army 
during the Korean War conflict, earning the Korean Service 
Cross. 

Janice is survived by her children, Ricardo, Roberto, 
Rcnaldo, Randall, Ramon (Patricia) Roxanne, and Romafne 
(Nicolas Mendoza) Rivas; her grandchildren, Alejandro 
(Chris) Damlan (Jessica Winsctt) Ricardo, Crecencio, Ramon, 
Rachel A., Aaron R (Cassandra) Rivas, Julie Wallace, Alyssa 
and Nicholas Rivas; her two great grandchildren, Felicia and 
Dominic; her sister, Helene Wilhelm and her brother, George 
Korakas. She is preceded in deaUi by her husband Pedro D. 
Rivas; her children, Rebecca and Rory Rivas; and her sister, 
Faye Hockenson. 

Funeral Mass of Christian Burial will be Friday, June 4, at 
10 a.m. at Prince of Peace Church in Lake Villa. 

Friends and family may visit on Thursday, June 3, from 5 
to 9 p.m. at Strang Funeral Chapel and Crematorium, Ltd., 
410 E. Belvidere Rd., Grayslake. 

Interment will be at Ascension Cemetery In UbertyvUJe. 

Isabelle J. Derrig I 

Age 76 of Antioch, passed awayThursday, May 27, 1999 at 
the Aurora Medical Center, Kenosha, Wis. She was born 
March 10, 1923 in Chicago, die daughter of the late Henry 
and Victoria (Thompson) McClellan. She has lived In Antioch 
since 1944. Before her retirement she had worked as a 
machinist for Intermatic of Spring Grove. On May 18, 1940, 
she married James R. Derrig In Chicago and he preceded her 
In death on Nov. 22, 1960. 

Survivors Include her daughter, Patricia Stay of Round 
Lake Park; one brother, Donald McClellan of Wauconda, and 
one sister, Florence (Tony) Kersch of Hoffman Estates, She 
was the grandmother of five and the great grandmother of 
six. In addition to her parents, she is preceded In death by a 
sisteri Edith Swatos and an Infant brother, Paul McClellan. 

Funeral Services were held at the Strang Funeral Home of 
Antioch with the Rev. Vincent Eckholm of St. Ignatius 
Episcopal Church of Antioch, officiating. 

Interment was at Glen Oak Cemetery, Chicago. 

Those desiring to do so may make donations to a family 
memorial. 

John C. Barclay 

Age 86 of Round Lake Beach, passed away May 27, 1999 at 
Condell Medical Center In Libertyville. He was born in 
Scotland on Sept. 7, 19 12. Mr. Barclay had made his home in 
Round Lake Beach the past 47 years, formerly of Cicero. 
Retiring in 1978 from Coca-cola Bottling Co, In Des Plalnes. 
Former member of the Scottish Lodge of Chicago. 

He leaves his loving wife, Irene (nee KoplJa); daughters, 
Patricia and Jean; seven grandchildren and several great 
grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. He is preced- 
ed in death by.hts parents, John (Annie) Barclay; one brother, 
" Joe and sister, Mae. 

Graveside Services were held at Ascension Cemetery in 
Libertyville. 

Arrangements were entrusted to Strang Funeral Chapel 
and Crematorium, Ltd., Grayslake. 



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Age 86 of Gages Lake passed away 
Friday, May 28, 1999 at Condell Medical 
Center. in Libertyville. She was bom 
Sept. 27; 1912 In LaPorte, Ind. and had, 
made her home in Gages Lake the past 
50 years, formerly of Chfcago. A mem- 
• ber of the Warren Township Seniors 
Club. 

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(Marlene) Wahler of Gages Lake; five ' 
grandchildren and Gve great grandchil- 
dren. Also surviving is a sister, Mabel 
Hugl of Greenfield, Wis. He is preceded In 
death by her husband, Wilbert Sr. in 
January of 1978; two brothers, WUlard 
and Ray. 

Funeral Services were held at Strang 
Funeral Chapel and Crematorium, Ltd., 
Grayslake. 

Interment was at Highland Memorial 
Park Cemetery in Libertyville. '. 

Memorials may be given to the 
Condell Medical Center, Attn: ICUUiiit, , 
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60048. 

Joan Prosen-Slak (nee Ru tell) 

Passed away May 26, 1999 at her 
home. 

She Is survived by her children, 
Joseph (Rose) Prosen Jr. of Beach Park, 
Jean (Michael) Kana of Grayslake, 
Julienne (Mark) Hamby of Lake Villa and 
Jennifer (Jefirey) Snell of Hainesville; 11 
grandchildren, and one. great grand 
daughter. 

' Mass of the Resurrection was cele- 
brated at Immaculate Conception 
Church In Waukegan. 

Interment was at Ascension 
Cemetery in Libertyville. 

Visitation of family and friends was at 
Strang Funeral Chapel and 
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Shirley J. Smith (nee Bunting) 

Age.- 66, a, re»ldm^iatiBStf|ia 'V**- 
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,GIeridflJe,*Ariz. and Lake VTiia She, was 
bom on /uno 15, 1930 In Chicago, and . 
had been formerly employed as a switch- 
board operator at Condell Hospital In 
Libertyville. 'She was a member of St 
Bede Catholic Church in Inglcside, the 
Chain 0' Lakes Power Squadron and the 
Cedar Chips of Cedar Villa In Round Lake 
Beach. 

Survivors include, her sons, Robert 
(Betty) Smith of Fox Lake, Kevin (Tend) 
Smith of Spring Grove; her daughter, 
Michelle (Gary) Matla of Spring Grove, 
Brad, Bryan and Lauren Smith of Spring 
Grove; one sister, Barbara McGann of 
Crestwood. She Is preceded In death by 
her husband, Robert J. Smith, Sr., and by 
her parents. 

Memorial Services were held at the K. 
K. Hamsher Funeral Home, Fox Lake 
(The Chapel, on the Lake) 

Memorials for Catholic Charities of 
Lake County, 116 N. Lincoln Ave., Round 
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business under the assumed name or 
has/have no further connection or 
financial Interest In said business. 
Withdrawal shall be effective May 17, 
1999. 



Lawrence H. larry* Thornton X 

Age 65 of Zlon, formerly of Antioch, 
passed away suddenly, Thursday, May 25, 
1999 as he was preparing to take one of 
his four beloved grandsons to a baseball 
practice. Larry was bom Sept 5, 1933 In 
WUllamsburg, Iowa, the son of the late, 
Rolla J. and Edna C, (Ban) Thornton. He 
grew up In Marengo and Washington, 
Iowa, marrying his high school sweet 
heart, Sybil D. Bogge on Dec. 31, 1953. He 
served in the U.S. Army during the 
Korean conflict, in Germany and France. 
After service he attended COE College In 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa and the University of 
Iowa In Iowa City. He retired from the 
North Shore Sanitary District in Highland 
Park on his 65th birthday, after having 
been employed for 22 years. Before living 
In Antioch he had lived In McHenry, for 
two years and In Mtindcleln from 1963 
until 1990. 

Survivors Include his wife, Sybil, a 
son, Michael S. and a daughter, Julie L 
(Martin J.) Carden St, and Don, Keith 
and Will Thornton; one brother, Ted 
(Alberta) of Washington,- Iowa. In addi- 
tion to his parents, he Is preceded in 
death by two brothers, Richard and Don. 

Memorial Funeral Services were held 
at the Strang Funeral Home of Antioch, 
with the Rev. Kurt Gamlin of the United 
Methodist Church of Antioch, officiating. 

Please omit flowers. 

Albert E. Schoener 

Age 82, died Sunday, May 23, 1999 at 
Long Grove Manor In Long Grove, bom 
on May 19, 1917 in Marinette to the late 
Laura (Girard) and George Schoener. He 
graduated from Marinette High School 
then went into the Army 32nd Division, 
Company A, 127th" Infantry, fought in the 
New Guinea campaign. He worked for the 
post office, retiring after 25 years of ser- 
vice and then worked as a. Janitor at 
" Marinette General Hospital. He moved to 
FKxxLakelnI992toictli^HeWB»rnarried 
^tojCLjuefllc .Pecba .on. Jan. ft, 1944, «X Sc 
" Josephs ' Crnirch^nMarmette; Wis,; she 
died February of 1 979. He was a member 
of St Bedes Church in Ingfeside. He was a 
.'Fourth Degree member of the Marinette 
Knights of Columbus Council 719; 
American Legion for 52 years at Post 39 
and 703, St Vincent DePaul, Catholic 
Order of Foresters, Disabled AmVets, Holy 
Family Church's Mens Club, Catholic 
Central Athletic Club, AARR National 
Rural Letter Caniers Assoc. National 
Assoc, of Retired Federal Employees, and 
an usher at Sl Joseph's Church. 

He Is survived by his daughter, Betty 
Ann (Robert Janies Jr.) Smith of Fox Lake, 
a brother, George Schoener, and a sister, 
Dorothy Sebero of Marinette, Wis. He is 
preceded In death by a brother, James. 

Parish prayers and a Fourth Degree 
prayer service was held at the Thlelen 
Funeral Home, Marinette, Wis, 

Mass of Christian Burial was held at 
Holy Family Church, Marinette, Wis. with 
the Rev. Lawrence Mario officiating. '• 

Interment was at Forest Home 
Cemetery. 



Stanley A. Dana), 41 B Beck Road, 

Lindenhurst. IL 60046. (847)356* 

1256. 

/s/Stanley A. Dana) 

The foregoing Instrument was 
acknowledged before me by the per* 
son(s) withdrawing from the business 
this 12th day of May, 1999. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

Barbara J. Erskin 

Notary Public 

Received: May 12, 1999 

Wlllard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0599C-2646-QP 

May 21, 1999 

• May 28, 1999 

June 4, 1999 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
The Fremont Publlo Library District's Board of Trustees la seeking proposals for the 
acquisition of Its facilities located at 470 N. Lake Street, Mundeleln, Illinois 60060, The 
District wishes to transfer ownership of the site after it moves Into the Library facilities 
which are currently under construction. At the present time, It la estimated that the 
transfer of ownership would occur In the lata summer or fall of 2000. All proposals for 
the acquisition of the property should be delivered to the attention of Kelly Krleg- 
Sigman, Library Director. Information concerning the Library facility and criteria to be 
used for evaluating proposals will be forwarded upon receipt of a written request for 
same directed to Kelly Krteg-Slgman at the above address. The Fremont Public 
Library District reserves Its right to reject any and all proposals and to sell the prop- 
erty under terms which It deems to be In its best Interests. The deadline for propos- 
als Is 5 P.M. June 18, 1999,: - m J\j- ^^ 

0599C-264B-QEN 

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PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: KCs 

Accounting 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY; 21744 W, 
Gelden Rd., Lake Villa, IL 60046 847- 
356-5032. 

NAM E(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Karen Palka, 21744 W. Geldon Rd„ 
Lake Villa, IL 60046 647-356-5032. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 
This Is to certify that the undersigned 
lntend(s) to conduct the above named 
business from the locatton(s) Indicat- 
ed and that the true or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
Is/are correct as shown. 
/s/Karon Palka, May 12,1999 

The foregoing Instrument was 
acknowledged before me by the per- 
son(s) Intending to conduct Ihe busi- 
ness this 12th day of May, 1999. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Leemarle Watsh 

Notary Public 

Received: May 14, 1999 

Wlllard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0599D-2665-AN 

May 28, 1999 

June 4, 1999 

June 11, 1999 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: Gauche 

Productions 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- ' 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 736 
Hillside Avenue, Antioch, IL 60002. 
(847)833-1612. 

NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
• ING OR TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Amy Wood, 736 Hillside Avenue, 
Antioch, IL 60002 (847) 838-1612. 
Sarah Yesulis, 736 Hillside Avenue, 
Antlach. IL 60002 (847) 838-1612. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify that the undersigned 
Intend(s) to conduct the above named 
business from the locatlon(s) Indicat- 
ed and that the true or real full 
namo(s) of the person(s) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
is/aro correct as shown. 
/s/Amy Wood, May 14, 1999 
/s/Sarah Yesulis, May 14, 1999 

The foregoing instrument was 
acknowledged before me by the per- 
son^) intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 14lh day of May, 1999. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Renee Slaughter 

Notary Public 

Received: May 14, 1999 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0599C-2645-AN 

May 21, 1999 

May 28, 1999 

June 4, 1999 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: Ambrose 

Martial Arts 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 2450 
Grass Lake Rd., Unit D, Lfndenhurst, 
IL 60046. (847) 265-4654 
NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON{S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Sherry J. DeMattels, 917 Vose Dr. 
#310. Gurnee, IL 60031. (847) 549- 
1505. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to certify that the undersigned 
Intend(s) to conduct the above named 
business from the locations) Indicat- 
ed and that the true or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
is/are correct as shown. 
/s/Sherry J. DeMattels, May 27, 1999 
The foregoing Instrument was 
acknowledged before me by the per- 
. son (s) Intending to conduct the bus!- ■ 
ness this 27th day of May, 1999. ' 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Vernadall M.Sorrentlno 

Notary Public 

Received: May 27, 1999 

Willard R, Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0699A-2673-LV 

June 4,1999 

June 11, 1999 

• June 18, 1999 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
GOOD SERVICE BIDS 
Fox Lake Grade School district 
114 ts seeking bids for their lunch ser- 
vice program. Bid specifications are 
available and contact person Is 
William Lomas, Stanton School, 101 
Hawthorne Lane, Fox Lake, 1L 60020, 
between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 
3:30 P.M. All bids must be received by 
Thursday, July 15, 1999 by 1:00 P.M. 
0699A-2675-GEN 
June 4, 1999 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: Honey Do 

Company 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 21279 W. 
Shorewood Rd„ Grayslake, IL 60030- 
9373 

NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Karen L. Ford, 21279 W. Shorewood 
Rd., Grayslake. IL 60030 (847) 223- 
8772. John E. Nelson, 21279 W. 
Shorewood Rd., Grayslake, IL 60030 
(847) 223-8772. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 
This Is to certify that the undersigned 
intend(s) to conduct the above named 
business from the tocatlon(s) Indicat- 
ed and that the true or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
is/are correct as shown, 
/s/Karen L. Ford, May 18, 1999 
/s/John E. Nelson, May 18, 1999 

The foregoing instrument was 
acknowledged before me by the per- 
son (s) Intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 18lh day of May, 1999. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Patrlcla A. Vukovlch 

Notary Public 

Received: May 18, 1999 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0599D-2654-GL 

May 28, 1999 

June 4, 1999 

June 11, 1999 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

. Notice Is here by given that the 
EXTRA CLOSET, 849 Ahlta Street, 
Antioch, IL., 60002,' will sell the per- 
sonal goods from the following units to 
satisfy the lien of the EXTRA CLOSET 
(Seller) for rental and other charges 
due. 

UNIT #2175x10 OCCUPANT - Louis 
Shindledecker CONTENTS - Water 
bed, end tables, radio, guitar, ice fish- 
ing gear, many fishing poles, exercise 
machine & many boxes. 

These items and all items stored In 
the above units will be sold to the high- 
est bidder for cash. Removal of all 
items from the premises must be with- 
in three days oi the date of sale and a 
security bond posted to cover same. 
Sale will be held on June 19,1 999, on 
the premises of The EXTRA CLOSET, 
849 Anita Street, Antioch, IL., (Depot 
& Anita Sts.) at approximately 9:00 to 
12:00 P.M. The EXTRA CLOSET 
reserves the right to withdraw any or 
all of the above mentioned Items prior 
to sale. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR 
ACCIDENTS. 

0699A-2674-AN 

June 4, 1999 

June 11, 1999 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 
NAME OF BUSINESS: Tom Brose 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 17556 W. 
Robert Ct., Gurnee, IL 60031. (847) 
055-8408. 

NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Tom L. Brose, 17556 W, Robert CI., 
Gurnee, IL 60031. (847) 855-8408. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 
This Is to certify that the undersigned 
Intend (5) 'to conduct the above named 
business from the locatlon(s) indicat- 
ed and that the true or real full 
name(s) of the personfs) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
Is/are correct as shown. 
/s/Tom L Brose, May 17, 1999 

The foregoing Instrument was 
acknowledged before' me by the per- 
son^)' Intending to conduct ihe busi- 
ness this i7th day of May, 1999, 
- ' r • ■ 
OFFICIAL SEAL 
/s/Patrlcla A. Vukovlch 
Notary Public- 
Received: May 17, 1999 
.Willard 'R. Helander 
Lake County Clerk 
0599D-2655-GP 
May 28, 1999 
June 4, 1999 
June 11, 1999 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

REQUEST FOR BIDS 

Fox Lake Fire Department 

30lS.Rt.59 

Fox Lake, Illinois 60020 

Seated bids will be received In the 

office of the Village Clerk, 301 S, 

Route 59, Fox Lake, Illinois 60020 

until 10:00 A.M. on June 16, 1999 for 

replacing a 3000 gallon water tank. 

Specifications may be picked up at 
the Village Maintenance Garage. 

Bids will be open June 16, 1999 at 
10:00 A.M. In the Council Chambers 
of the Fox Lake Village Hall. 

The right Is reserved by the Fox 
Lake Fire Department to reject any or 
all bids. 

0699A-2672-GEN 

June 4, 1999 



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, PUBLIC NOTICE 
REQUEST FOR BIDS 



I Village of Fox Lake 

301S.Rt.69 
Fox Lake, Illinois 60020 
Sealed bids will be received In the 
office of the Village Clerk, 301 S. 
Route 59, Fox Lake, Illinois 60020 
until 10:00 AM.on June 21, 1999, for 
Forest Avenue Drainage 

Improvements. 

Specifications may be picked up at 
the Village Hall. 

Mark the sealed envelope Forest 
Avenue Drainage Improvements. 

Bids will be open on June 21, 
1999 at 10:00 AM. In the Council 
Chambers of the Fox Lake Village 
Hall. 

The right Is reserved by the Village 

of Fox Lake to reject any or all bids. 

0599D-2667-GEN 

May 28, 1999 

June 4, 1999 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: Nails By Wm 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 36421 N. 
Tamarack Dr., Ingleslde, IL 60041. 
NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Kimborly A. Adams, 36421 N. 
Tamarack Dr., Ingleslde, IL 60041. 
(847) 587-0181. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) J 

COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to certify that the undersigned 
Intend(s) to conduct the above named 
business from the locallon(s) Indicat- 
ed and that the true, or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
is/are correct as shown. 
/s/Klmberly A. Adams, May 24, 1999. 
The foregoing Instrument was 
acknowledged before me by the per- 
sonfs) Intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 24th day of May, 1999. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Patrlcia A. Vukovlch 

Notary Public 

Received: May 24, 1999 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0699A-2670-FL 

June 4, 1999 

June 11, 1999 

June 18, 1999 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: Masterpix 

International 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 34128 
Sulkey Drive, Grayslake, IL 60030. 
(847) 5486609. 

NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Joanne MacLaughlan, 34128 Sulkey 
Drive, Grayslake, IL 60030, (847) 548- 
8609. Todd MacLaughlan, 34128 
Sulkey Drive, Grayslake, IL 60030. 
(847) 548-8609. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 
. This is to certify that the undersigned 
Intend(s) to conduct the above named 
business from the locatlon(s) Indicat- 
ed and that the true or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
Is/are correct as shown. 
/s/Joanne MacLaughlan, May 25, 
1999 
/s/Todd MacLaughlan, May 25, 1999 

The foregoing Instrument was 
acknowledged before me by the per- 
sonfs) Intending to conduct Ihe busi- 
ness this 25th day of May, 1999. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Karen R. Levy 

. Notary Public 

Received: May 25, 1999 

Willard R. Helander 

• Lake County Clerk 

0699A-2668-GL 

June 4, 1999 

June 11, 1999 

June 18, 1999 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPUCATION 
NAME OF BUSINESS: Woundwear 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 1440 
Larchmont Dr., Buffalo Grove, IL 
60089(847)634-1214. . 
NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Dr. Joel F. Spatt, 1440 Larchmont Dr., 
Buffalo Grove, IL 60089. (847) 634- 
1214. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 
This Is to certify that the undersigned 
Intend (s) to conduct the above named 
business from the locallon(s) Indicat- 
ed and that the true or real full 
name's) of the personfs) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
Is/are correct as shown, 
/s/Dr. Joel F. Spatt. May 18, 1999 

The foregoing Instrument was 
acknowledged before me by the per- 
son(s) intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 18th day of May, 1999. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/sA/ernadail M. Sorrentlno 

Notary Public 

Received: May 18, 1999 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0599D-26S2-LB 

May 28, 1999 

June 4, 1999 

June 11, 1999 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPUCATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: Bunk Bods By 

Bud 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE BUSINESS 
IS TO BE CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 907 
Jackson Ave., Wauconda, IL 60084. 
(847) 526-7645. 

NAME(S) AND POST OFFICE OR 
RESIDENCE ADDRESS(ES) OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, CONDUCT- 
ING OR TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Charles A Garrod, 907 Jackson Ave., 
Wauconda, IL 60084. (847) 526-7645. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE) 
This ts to certify that the undersigned 
Intond(s) to conduct the above named 
business from the location (s) Indicat- 
ed and that the true or real full 
namo(s) of the personfs) owning, con- 
ducting or transacting the business 
Is/are cored as shown. 
/s/Charles A. Garrod, May 10, 1999 

The foregoing Instrument was 
acknowledged before me by the per- 
sonfs) Intending to conduct the busi- 
ness this 10th day of May, 1999. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/Robyn A. Cook 

Notary Public 

Received: May 11, 1999 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0599C-2646-WL 

May 21, 1999 

May 28, 1999 

June 4, 1999 



ESTATE OF 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE NINETEENTH 

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 

PROBATE DIVISION 



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TRACEY BETH RUMICK, ) NO. 99 P 360 

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Deceased. ) 

CLAIM NOTICE 
Notice Is given of the death of TRACEY BETH RUMICK, of Deerfield, Illinois. 
Letters of office were Issued on May 14, 1999 to ELLYCE RUMICK. whose attorney 
is 1705 Christopher Drive, Deerfield, Illinois 60015. 

Claims against the estate may be Tiled In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court 
at 18 N. County Street, Waukegan, Illinois 60085, Room C-307 or with representative, 
or both, on or before November 30, 1999, which date Is not less than 6 months from 
the date of the first publication of this notice and any claim not filed within that period 
Is barred. Copies of any claim filed with the Clerk must be mailed or delivered to the 
representative and to the attorney within 10 days after it Is filed. 

/s/Ellyce Rumlck 

Representative 

/s/PeterJ.Wifler 

Attorney 

./ 0699A-2671-LB- 

June 4, 1999' 
June 11, 1999 
June 18, 1999 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE NINETEENTH 

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 

PROBATE DIVISION 



Estate of: 
Audrey Seipold, 

Deceased, 



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CLAIM NOTICE 

Notice is given of the death of AUDREY SEIPOLD, of Waukegan, Illinois. Letters 
of office were Issued on April 15, 1999. to Glenn R. Steward, 388 Oakwood, Antioch, 
Illinois 60002, whole attorney Is ROBERT J. LONG, 397 Lake Street, Antioch, Illinois s . 
60002. 

Claims against the estate may be filed In the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court 
at 18 North County Street, Waukegan. Illinois 60085, Room C-307 or with represen- 
tative, or both, on or before December 1, 1999, which date Is not less than 6 months 
from the date of the first publication of this notice and any claim not filed within that 
period Is barred. Copies of any claim filed with Ihe Clerk must be mailed or delivered 
to the representative and to the attorney within 10 days after It is filed. 

/a/Glenn R. Steward 

(Representative) 

/s/Robert J. Long 

(Attorney) 

0599D-2653-GP 

May 28, 1999 

June 4, 1999 

June 11, 1999 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE 19TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 
- LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 
PROBATE DIVISION 

Notice Is hereby given of the death of Hilde Nielsen. Letters of Office were Issued 
to Alice Meade. 1131 El Monte Drive. Thousand Oaks, CA 91362, as Independent 
Executor, whose attorney of record Is R. Steven Polachek, 18-3 East Dundee Road, 
Suite 208, Barrington, IL 6001 0. 

Notice to Heirs and Legatees: 

Notice is given to unknown descendants of Karl Stelnau, Jr., who are heirs or lega- 
tees In the above proceedings to "probate a Will and whose name or address Is not 
stated in a Petition to Admit Will to probate that an order was entered by the court on 
April 9, 1999. admitting the Will to probate. 

Within 42 days after the effective date of the original order of admission, you may 
file" a petition with the Court to require proof of the Will by testimony of witnesses to 
the Will in open court or other evidence provided In Section 5/8-21 of the Probate Act 
Of 1995 f755lLCS 5/6-21), 

\bu also have the right under Section 5/8-1 of the Probate Act (755 ILCS 5/8-1) to 
contest the validity of the Will by filing a petition with the court within six monlhs after 
the admission of the Will to probate. 

The estate will be administered without court supervision unless under Section 
5/28-4 of the Probate Act (755 ILCS, 5/28-4) any interested person terminates Inde- 
pendent administration at any time by mailing or delivering a Petition to Terminate to 
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of the 19th Judicial Circuit, Lake County, Illinois.-'. 

Claims against the estate may be filed In the office of the Clerk of Court, Probate 
Division, 18 North County Street, Waukegan, Illinois 60085, or with the Independent 
Executor, or both, on or before November 8, 1999, or If mailing or delivery of a notice 
from the Independent Executor Is required by 755 ILCS, 5/18-3 of the Probate Act of j 
1995, the date stated in that. notice. Any claim not filed on or before that date Is 
barred. Copies of any claim filed with the Clerk must bo mailed or delivered by the 
claimant to the Independent Executor and to the attorney within ten (10) days after it 
has been filed, . 

0699A-2669-WL- 
June 4, 1999 
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Building 
home for Keith 

Family finds home with special accommodations 
for handicapped son, is a haven 



Sherry and Douglas Wagner were in 
the midst of building their dream 
house 16 years ago when tragedy 
struck the family* Sherry watched 
builders dig the hole for the foundation and 
never saw the contemporary home again un- 
til she brought her son home to the new 
house. 

At 20-months of age, Keith Wagner was 
rushed to the hospital with a very high fever. 
A few hours later, he 
was transferred to 
Children's Memorial 
Hospital in Chicago, 
where he stayed for 
the next six months. 
When Sherry re- 
turned to her dream 
home, the walking, 
talking toddler was 
in a wheelchair. The 
illness had severely 
damaged his brain 
and he would never 
walk or talk again. 
Today, at 17, Keith . 



functions on a infant level. 

"It wasn't long before we realized that our 
dream house was no longer the home for our 
family," she said. 

But, there was one thing they were very 
sure of— they wanted to stay in the same 
Wadsworth neighborhood. 

"When I arrived home from the hospital 
that day, I didn't know any one,".Sherry said. 
"'Here I was wheeling my son in this 

stroller/wheelchair 
and people were 
just so nice, they, 
welcomed us to the 
neighborhood and 
made us feel at 
home." 

The Wagners - 
next built a home at 
the end of their 
street The simple, 
ranch floor plan was 
built with wider 
doorways and 
The home features an open hardwood stair- handicapped acces- 
case circling up to a loft and two bedrooms, sible bathrooms to 

aid with Keith's 






The Wadsworth home of Doug and Sherry Wagner is not only beautiful, but has 
amenities one would only find in home built for someone with disabilities, such as 
the indoor pool seen In the left side of the photo.— Photos by Sandy Bressner 



care, but Sherry said they just didn't think far 
enough in advance. 

"Keith is almost six feet tall now and it 
was very difficult to get him in and out of the 
tub," Sherry said. "We knew what we needed 
was a home where we were sure we could ac- 
commodate Keith's care needs for the. long- 
term." 

They purchased the lot next door and 
called John Leivick of Leivick Construction in 
Wadsworth and asked him to design and 
build the family a new dream home. He had 
also built their first two homes. 

The Wagners moved into the home in 
December of 1998. 

. ^/Ve built this home for Keith," Sherry 



said. "This is something we thought about for 
a long-time." 

The home has a country appearance on 
the exterior, a look Sherry enjoys but once 
you open the front door, visitors find a very 
open and spacious floor plan which provides 
the family with a lot of time for togetherness. 

"We don't have a formal living room or 
dining room," Sherry said. "I don't need 
them so I opted to make the front room one 
targe room." Indeed, the room visitors enter 
at the front door stretches to the back of the 
home, where floor to ceiling windows provide 
ah abundance of natural light. 

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Above: There are no formal rooms. Visitors 
walk into a single, very large, great room. 
Above right: Done in simple tones of black 
and white, the spacious kitchen features a 
granite island in the middle. Right: The in- 
door swimming pool and whirlpool are cli- 
mate-controlled to help physically condition 
son Keith's muscles. 



"Keith loves the sunlight and I dislike a 
dark home," Sherry said. 

The large room is separated into foyer 
and living area by a oak circular staircase 
which leads to the second floor and to the 
basement, which Is currently unfinished. 

The contemporary home is decorated in 
black, white and earth tones, which enhance 
the simple, open feeling Sherry wanted to 
achieve. 

Off the foyer Is the master bedroom with 
large bay windows which let in lots of light. 
The master bathroom has two large doors on 
either side which adjoin it with Keith's bed- 
room. 

"This bathroom is great," Sherry said. 



The black and white room features a very 
large shower which is able to accommodate 
Keith. 

One of the most innovative aspects of the 
home is the track system which enables Sher- 
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living room to his bedroom and to the bath- 
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which will guide him around the track. 

"This was essential because he has grown 
too heavy for me to lift," Sherry said. A large 
door in the wall allows Sherry to bring him 
from the bedroom to the living room area, 
where he spends most of his time on the day 
bed. 

"He likes to be out where we are, and we 
want it that way," Sherry said. It is on the 
large daybed that she feeds, clothes and cares 
for Keith. ». \ j 

The track system also transports Keith 
from his bedroom, which is decorated in 
Chicago Bull motif (Keith met Michael Jordan 
at a charity golf outing and a framed photo 
the two is in the living room) to an attached 
pooh, which is used for therapy. 

"We really wanted the pool so we could 
give him therapy at home," Sherry said. 
"With a 3 and one-half year old daughter it is 
difficult to take both of them to a pool for his 
therapy." The pool is kept quite warm in or- 
der to loosen and work Keith's muscles. It is 
enclosed, heated and air conditioned to make 
it as comfortable as possible. 

The large kitchen is also done in the sim- 
ple tones of black and white, with a large ' 
granite island in black and a Dacor range top 
and double oven. 

"We are family-oriented people and the 
home fits our simple lifestyle," Sherry said. 

A two-sided gas fire place makes the nat- 
ural separation between kitchen and living 
room. 
* There is also a first-floor laundry off the 

garage and handicapped accessible doorways 
with automated doors and ramps to bring 
Keith in and out of the home. 

On the second level are three bedrooms 
and a full bath. The floor is occupied by 
daughter, Jana, whose bedroom features a . 
bay window with a toy boxbuilt into the win- 
dow seat. 

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shelf which is home to overstuffed toys like 
Raggedy Ann and Andy. 

The second floor bathroom, which is pri- 
marily used by lana, is decorated with Mickey 
Mouse, the youngster's favorite Disney char- 
acter. A large guest room and a toy room 
complete the upstairs. 

Sherry gives credit for the home's design 
to builder, John Leivick, 

"He has been terrific," she said. 
Sherry believes this home will meet the 
family's needs well into the future. 

"We are truly blessed," she said."lhave aj 
wonderful life of volunteering at Laremont 
School (where Keith is enrolled) and this 
home with enable me to take care of him 
"when he is no longer eligible for school (at 
age 21)." 

A Mickey Mouse cookie jar adorns the 
kitchen counter top. 

"It is Keith's favorite place," she said. :"We 
make a point to go there once a year as our 
( family vacation. There is something about 
' the characters that he loves. He just brightens 
up during his visits there." 

Sherry says while the accessibility of the 
home is paramount for her family, staying in 
the same neighborhood was as well. 

"Everyone knows us and knows Keith and 
they treat him just like one of the kids," she 
said. "We have terrific neighbors." 
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d. Sonar 

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a.London 

b. New York 

c. Tokyo 

d. Chicago 

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a. Controlled broadcasting 

b. Channel-based 
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b. CD player 
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a. Alexander Graham Bell 

b. Hi Whitney-,' 

c. George Washington Carver 

d. Thomas Edison 

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a. Radio transmissions 

b. Television transmissions 

c. Telephone service 

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b. Microphone \ 

c. Capacitor 

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Pampered Chef 

needs more consultants to 

etc mo in I rate qiiallry 

kicclini tools at home 

kitchen shows. Average 

$15/$20 hour commission. 

No experience necessary. 

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(547)249-1015 




KENMD.H 

Part Time 

Looking for 

someone who 

loves dogs and, 

like 9 hard work i 

Weekday, 

weekend & 

evening hours 

available. 

To apply call 

(847) 223-2B22 




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Plasma Donors 

immediately. 

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For info or appt. Call 
414-654-1366 



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Permanent Part Time 

Work Days, Evenings 

and/or Weekends from 

your home to earn 
extra income. Weekly 
paychecks to schedule 
pickups of donations 
for well-known charita- 
ble organization. 
Min. f-6 hrs./wcck. For 
more info, call; 
630-515-5766 



RECEPTIONIST 
Part-ttre 

Weekends 6 everings 

required Mlrirvtirn of 15 

hra/wk. Looking for a 

mature dependable 

person who loves \ 

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working with people. 

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Call (310) 630-3702. 

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with the Air Forcel Training, 

travel, educational assistance 
and financial security. Plus en- 
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$9,000 to those who qualify. 
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Want to earn up to $200 per week and 
be your own boss? 

The Daily Herald is looking for. adii It,. 

independent. personnel for newspaper 

delivery in the Lake County area. 2-3 

hour routes available between the hours 

of 2am & Gam, Monday thru Friday; 

2am-7am, Saturdays, Sundays and 

Holidays. 
. For more information call... 

(847) 427-4333 

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Yes No 

1 Do you like to earn money? 

I Do you like people? 

Do you have a pleasant phone voice' 



Do you want part-time work in a 
friendly environment? 

If you answered yes to any or ail of the 

above, you can start earning dollars plus 

commission in LAKELAND'S Client 

Services Department. 

Please send letter of interest to: 

Attn: Maureen Combs 

Ic/o Lakeland Publishers 
P.O. Box 268, Grayslake, IL 60030 
or fax to 

| (847)223-2691 

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Lakeland Newspapers Is looking for 
outgoing people who are looking for a great 
part-time Job. 

You will be selling new and renewal 
subscriptions to 1 1 different Lakeland . 
Community Newspapers 8c doing other 
customer service related work. Hourly wage & 
bonusl 

Average $10-S15/hour or more 
Monday-Thursday 1 :00-4:30prn. 
Saturday 9am-2:00pm. jj?S 
Monday-Thursday 5:00-8:3QPM 
Saturday 9am-2:00pm.- 

For interview 
call Dick 
(afternoon) 
847-740-4035 




EASY WORK! 

NO EXPERIENCE 

$500-$ 1,000 part-lime at 

home stuffing envelopes. 

For free Information send 

self-add resaed, 

stamped envelope: 

R&J Enterprises 

Mailing Services, Inc. 

P.O. Box 402 
Ingieslde, III. 60041. 

HERE'S YOUR CHANCE to 
get Into a new 2000 model yr. 
tractor. Earn up to 37 cpm to 
start/full family benefits/great 
home time! Don't delay. Call 
Arctic Express 800-927-0431. 

OWNER OPERATORS - 
Run Midwest Region and Mid- 
south • Home most weekends 
• Top Percentage Pay -Stea- 
dy Refrigerated Loads • Low 
Cost Insurance available • 
Own late model lightweight 
tractor and own base plate. 
SUNCO CARRIERS - Joe 800- 
906-8844. 



UHICKLlYMt/ 
POKIMM 

Company In business 100 
years- 1 location. Ability to 

read blueprints & do 

layout work. Mechanical 

aptitude. Knowledge of 

refractories & supervisory 

abilities, pluses. Five 

''years of bricklaying 

experience required. • 

Employment year-round. 

Full benefit package & 

salary negotiable. Send 

resume io 

■ RLavIn&Sons 

2028 Sheridan Rd. 

North Chicago, IL 

60O60 

or fax (847) 689-05 15 



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JC Penney Optical 
Hawthorn Center 

Vernon Hills 

has immediate 

openings for full/part 

time help. 

Experience helpful 

but will train. 

Apply in person 



367-0420 



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General Office 

Position Including 

Data Entry, 

Receptionist and 

Bookkeeping with a 

min of 5 yrs general 

computer experience. 

Full time or'part. . 
time. 
Apply in person at: 

650 Church St. 

Lake Zurich, I L 

60047'. 

Or fax a Resume to: 

(847) 550-9183 



ATTENTION 
CLASSIFIED 
ADVERTISERS ■ 
It you have placed classified 
advertising with the Lake- 
land Newspapers you may 
receive a misleading state- 
ment from ' another Arm re- 
questing payment for this 
advertising. To receive prop- 
er credit to your account, 
nil payments for your Lake- 
land Newspapers, advertising 
must be made as Invoiced 
and directed Io: 

Lakeland Newspapers 

PO Sox 388 

30 8. Whitney 8t. 

Grayslake, a 60030-0288 



AVON PRODUCTS- 

START a homebased busi- 
ness. Work flexible hours. 
Enjoy unlimited earnings. - Call 
Toll Free (888) 561 -AVON, 

DRIVE TO OWN- No $ 
down. No credit check. 96-08 
Proslaepers/ Condos -.80$ all 
miles. COMPANY DRIVERS - 
.Up to .35$ per mile. 2500+ 
miles per week. 2 yrs CDL ex- 
perience. CALL TODAY: 800- 
, 643-8308 or 800-643-3384. 

V DRIVER - WEXPERI- 

■ enced? Ask about our com- 
pany sponsored •training'. We 
have. raised pay lor ALL our 
.drivers, and we .offer lop con- 
ventional equipment. U.S. Ex- 
press 888-936-3338. 

.DRIVER -0/0 &OTR Sign- 
on bonus $1500. Excellent 
benefits, 1500 miles average 
run. van/flatbed runs US & Ca- 
nada. 2 years experience. Bit* 
terrobt International- 1-888- 
922-1655. 

DRIVER - OWNER Opora- 
, tors up to St .60 per loaded 
mite. Cargo Van owners and 
1B-24ft. straight truck owners 
needed. Call Panther II Trans- 
portation today. 800-640-7055. 

DRIVER BUD MEYER 
Truck Unas Refrigerated Haul- 
ing "$ 1,000 sign-on bonus for 
experienced company drivers 
"Solo drivers start up to 33c 
solos drivers and contractors 
CALL TOLL' FREE 877-283- 
6393 GRADUATE STUDENTS 
. 1*800-338-6428. 

DRIVERS - OWNER Opera- 
tors Ask About .83$ PER MILE 
Loaded or Empty) 800-843* 
0405." Paschall Truck Lines. 

DRIVERS - STAR Trans- 
port, Inc. Now hiring OTR driv- 
ers. No experience necessary. : . 
Will train. Full benefits pack- 
age. Good miles. For more in- 
formation on this unique op- 
portunity. Call ,1-800-548* 
6032. ______^_ 

DRIVERS OTR; COMP 
. NY drivers up to 39e/miie. 
. Owner operators up to 
63c/mlle. Excellent home lime 
and great benefits. Call Heart- 
land Express toll-tree 1-877* 
763-7463 EOE. .__ 

DRIVERS OWNER OP- 
ERATORS. Up to $.63 load- 
ed $.78 empty. ' Free base 
plates. Permits, Qual-Comm. 
97% no touch. 85% drop/hook. 
Call today 1-800-397*8132, 
Jacobson. 

DRIVERS/ATTENTION 

BE HOME MORE OFTEN 
AND EARN MORE MONEY. 
HOME WEEKLY. Regional 
runs. Top pay, -Experienced 
company drivers and owner 
operators needed. Burlington 
Motor Carriers. 800-564:6262. 

DRIVERS?OTR' - NO* NYC. 

No NE/Canada, No loading/un- 
loading. NO BULLI Min. 23yrs. 
. with 1yr. OTR with' Haimat. 
Paschall Truck Lines 800- 

848-0406. 



Conning Soon 

Lagnlappe Restaurants, Inc. 
A Franchise of Wendy's 
Is now hiring 
for. our newest 
Lake County 
location in 
Fox Lake! 
Rteu-fcnn ■' We offer; 

I Competitive wages, meal discounts, paid 
training, advancement potential, dental 
insurance, free uniforms. 



MANAGEMENT 



KWe are seeking enthusiastic self-starters 
to join our team; Restaurant experience a I 
plus. 'Bilingual also a plus. 



FULL 6 PART TIME 
CREW POSITIONS 



Supply in- person at one of our 

locations: 

'Vernon *Hills • -"Waukegan (*Lewis) 

• *North Chicago • Highland Tark 

* 7jon 

| 'Look.'for our on-site 1 van at our Tox lake 

location. 

Or apply at our office location 

950 *N. Rand %d„ Ste. 211, 'Wauconda 

Call 847-487-3400 

or fax tor 

847-487-3409 • 

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FOX LAKE QRADE SCHOOL DISTRICT 114 

17 N. Forest Avenue 

Fox Lake, IL 80020 

(847)687-6276" 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY 

May 10,1999 

Applications are now being accepted for the following 

certified teaching positions: 

Grade 5 

Grade S 

Grade 8 

Qlfted K-8 

Computer Teacher 

Librarian 

Title 1 Reading Teacher 

Learning Disabilities Taacher-Orades 5*8 

Appfcafaro are also being accepted tor the Mming rorHXrtfed posiaons: 

Momlng & lunchroom supervisor* 

Volunteer Coordinator-Grades 5-8 

Curriculum Office Secretary-data entry and computer 

skills a must, 

knowledge of Microsoft Office a plus 

Library Clerk 

Applications may be rilled out at any of the District 114 schools. 

Letters ol Inquiry should be sent Io the following: 

Lotus School 

C/O Administrative Team 

29067 W. Grass Lake Road 

Spring Grove, IL 60081 



PRINTING 



Local printing firm is looking for energetic 
people to fill the following positions: 



*Pressman t 
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'ead a plus. 



*Pre-Press- Experience in. Desk Top - IBM 
Windows - Coret Draw- PageMaker- • 
Photoshop - Paste-up experience a plus. 

* Customer Service- 'General Of rice/ 
Computer skills required. 

Salary based upon experience - 

FuWPart-Tirrie - Excellent benefit package 

available. 

Fax Resume (847) 244-7999 
Phone Ruth after 10:30 AM (847) 244-7425 



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COOKS. PREP 
COOKS* WAIT & 

BUSS STAFF 

flexible hours, great pay, 

apply In person at 

The Red Onion 

Restaurant 

3312 N. Chapel Hill Rd. 

Dohnsbu'rg 

815-385-3270 



Restaurant 

•COOKS 

•CASHIER 

•DISHWASHER 

•PREP COOKS 

Full' & Part.Time,. Days, 

Evenings & Saturdays 

Hickory House BBQ 

. Grayslake 

(847) 543-0742 ask for 

■ Eric Anderson 



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NoiQhtxxnood Grill & Bar 

Is Now Hiring: 

Servers* 

*Must be "21 years of age 
or otter 

We Offer: 

•Flexible Hours 

•Cormpetittve Pay 

•Meal Discounts 

Apply In Person at- 

■418 E. Rollins' Road 

Rourxl Lake Beach IL 

(84?)' 740-8090 



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FOX LAKE 
BURGER KING 

Now Hiring 
Full & Part Time 

; apply at . ' 
20 South Rt 12 
Fox Lake, IL 

or call 

587-1414 

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OPPORTUNITIES 

Administrative Assistant...S28K 

Tetemarketing...S8-10.00/hr 

Executive AssistariL.$35K 

Data Ehtfy„.S10-13.0Qftir. 

' Customer Service...$23K 

General Office.;.S9.007rir 

Inside Sales..,S25K 
244-0016 549-0016 
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king Managers 

' for Fox Lake and Lnoenhurst 

We offer insurance, many many benefits & advancement 
opportunities. Experience helpful but not required. 

Send resume to John @ 335 Commerce Drive •; ; . 
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'815-444-2007 

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$ Include: 

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'& Prescription insurjiici 1 
ffl« 401 (k) profil sharing 
s • Eve care plan 
. I • 50% discount on 
I meals during sliifLs 
•jp • 25% discount on ' 

meals ai anv Red 

Lobster or Olive 

Gar Jen for. family and 

friends 

I Oilier benefits Include: 

L* |>% discount on slock 

purchase 
1 • paid vacations 

LYdiJmust.be 18 years or 
Folder; friendlv, oliicoing. 
f and billing to work week- 
ends. Apply anytime 
] bciween.- 1 1 am - .7pm at ^ 

445 Easl Tovvnllne Road 
Vernon Hills 



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call Cindy & Paula' at' (847)223-81 61 

or fax ( 847)223-2691 

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Customer service 
• - » - « • -•*•*-* ****** 

TELLERS 

Llberlyvllle & Gurnee 

Whether your experiisa Is in 
customer service, sales or bank- 
ing, all paths lead to First Chicago, 
Our success as a leading financial 
institution has paved I he way lor 
individuals with a wide range ol 
skills. Success can bring unlimited 
rewards-including a professional 
environment, comprehensive ben- 
efits and advancement potential. 

To succeed, you'll need ai least a 
year ol teller or customer service 
experience and a talent lor main-' 
taining accuracy In a high-volume 
environment, A mathematical apti- 
tude, 'multitasking skills and the 
ability to communicate eUoctively 
are also important. Cash handling 
background preferred. 

Apply in person at any First 
Chicago branch location or send. . 
your resume or letter of Interest. lo; 
First Chicago, Attn: MK, 110 N. 
Cross, w he a ton, IL 60167; Fax: 
(930) 665-9861. Equal Opportunity 
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ARE YOU PERSISTENT, 

DEPENDABLE, OUTGOING, 

RESPONSIBLE & ORGANIZED? 

Lakeland Newspapers has the perfect career 

opportunity lor you in our exciting sales' 
department. This job involves sales calls out- 
side the office so a dependable car is necessary. 

We offer great benefits! 

• Salary plus Commission 

• Health Insurance 

• Dental Insurance 

• Disability & Life Insurance 

• A Matching 401 K Plan 

• Gas Allowance 

• Phone Reimbursement 

So if you're sclf-molivalcd. highly organized. 

and very personable, you're sure to be a 

success. Experience a plus, but will train the . 

right person. For an interview appointment call 

Bob Ulmer 

Lakeland Newspapers 

(847) 223-8161x113 




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***A Career In Photography*** 
Wal-Mart Portrait Studio Manager 

PCA International operates more than 1700 portrait 
studios In the U.S.. Our rapid expansion offers 
immediate openings In your local and surrounding 
area. No prior experience required - - We train YOUI 
All you need Is: 

•an outgoing personality that relates well 
with children 

•commitment to provide superior customer 
service . 

•interest in retail sales 
•desire to achieve and advance 
PCA, a technological leader, offers: 

•401 K, medical, dental and disability 
benefits 

•paid training and paid vacation ■ 
•1st year earnings to $20,000+with bonus 
•rotating 4-day and 5-day work schedules 
•every other Sunday off * 
•opportunity to achieve and advance 
•partnership with a team oriented company 
Make your career change todayl 
Call us any day, any tlmel ' • 
Tott Free (877) 777-4443 
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$300 Million In Assets! 200 Employecsl 
iic.ooo Members Worldwide! ■ 
Great lakes Credit Union 

We're looking to add to our g-r-o-tv-l-it-g- Indirect Lending 
Department located In Gurnee. We currently have llic follow- 
ing career opportunities available. 

i,o^ n F?ir l SHnnnpM - l) ' on|,M) 

Tills person will be responsible for underwriting Indirect 
(vehicle) loans, communicating with car dealerships In a 
timely manner, preparing recommendations and performing 
analysis of loan candidates. Must possess effective oral and 
written communication skills, ability to meet deadlines, and 
deal assertively with auto dealerships. Ideal candidate will 
have at least 1-2 years loan office experience and knowledge 
of the auto finance Industry. 

LOAN DATA ENTRY HEP, f ll00PM-9PM) ,. 
Tills person will be processing Indirect (vehicle) loan appli- 
cations received via fax from auto dealerships. Must have 
excellent oral communication skills, knowledge of comput- 
ers and alpha-numeric data entry experience required. . 

Qualified candidates can mall, fax, e-mail resume to: 
Attention Stalling 
Great Lakes Credit Union 
2525 Green Bay Road . 
North Chicago, IL 60064 
Fax: 847-887-8798 
E-mail: lonc@elcu.org 



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CARE 



(Part-Time) 

Dermatology office 

in Highland Park. 

Typing required. 

Includes every other 

Saturday a.m. 

Call Elsie 
(847) 432-4650 




For more 

information on 

placing a classified 

ad, call Paula & 

Cindy at 

847-223-8161 



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Dental Partnership 
Associate 

lmmed Opening-Reno, NV. 

Great oppty in welt-est'd 

family cosmetic demist ry 

practice loe'd in foothills 

of beautiful Sierra Nevada 

Mliisi Seeks self- motivated 

grad or est'd Dentist to 

join busy, well-respected 

leant. Reno is one of the 

fastest growing cities in 

America, only 40 niln to 

beautiful Lake Tahoe. 

Community Is conservative 

& faniily-oricnled, exc 
Schools. Wonderful arts & 
humanity program. Office 
is elegant, high lech. Seek 
someone who has great 
regard for patients and is 

a team worker. 

Understanding of business 

precepts & ethics a must. 

775-828-1600; E-mail 

byugrad82@aol.com. For 

interview info ask for Gina; 

Resume: 

Dental Cure Center, 

4792 , a#lmJ , kwy,H2ll, 

Reno, NV; 89509 



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Direct Care 
Workers for 
MR/DD women in 
residential setting. 
All shifts available. 
Full Time or Part 
Time. We are com- 
mitted to quality 
residential care. 

Contact 
Gail Becker 
Mount Saint 

Joseph 

Lake Zurich 

847-438-5050 



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MEDICAL ASSISTANT 

Busy Orthopedic Clinic 
seeks additional Medical 
Assistant. Certification 
or prior experience 
required. Travel involved 
to our 3 locations in 
Kenosha ami Racine. 
Ideal candidate will be a 
self-sturtcr who can jug- 
gle multiple priorities. 
Send or fox experience 
and qualifications to: 

Sue Dure * 

OrltiopDctlic anil Athletic 

Cur* Clinic, S. C. 

Phone: (414) 656-8207 

Fax: (414) 656-tt50fl 

Last day for 

consideration June 14. 

Smoke-free 

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Health Care 
MEDICAL RECORDS 

CLERK 
Busy Orthopedic Clinic 
seeks full-time Medical 
Records Clerk. Ideal candi- 
date will be a sell-starter 
who can juggle multiple 
responsibilities which may 
include; pulling/tiling med- 
ical charts; sorting charts 
and information, tiling dicta- 
tion, correspondence and 
other documentation into 
charts; preparing charts for 

next day appointments; 
delivering/picking up charts 

throughout the clinic; 
answering phones, setting 
up new charts, data entry 
and mailroom duties. Must 
have knowledge ol state & 
federal regulations as they 
relate to patient/electronic 
records. Send or fax experi- 
ence and qualifications to: 
Sue Dane 

ORTHOPAEDIC AND 

ATHLETIC CARE CLINIC S.C. 

Phone: (414) 656-8297 

Fax: (414) 656-8508 

Last day for consideration 

June 14. 

Smoke-free 

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RNWs 

Full lime Nurses . 
Needed 

7am-3pm 

Part-time positions 
also available with 

convenient hours. 

RN SUPERVISOR 

11 p.m. -7 a.m. 

For long term 
facility. Clinical and 
documentation 
skills are a vital 
part of this posi- 
tion. Strong team 
leading a plus. 

North Shore Terrace 
2222 W. 14th Street 
Waukegan, IL 6008$ 



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If you are currently enrolled in CNA classes, 
or are already certified, come see what Care 
Centre has to offer youl Our team-oriented 
approach to care and our supportive, friendly 
environment is sure to please you. A starting 
salary of $9.75,. $1.00 differential for nights 
and 75c an hour extra for weekends and a 
whole range of benefits, including 2 weeks of 
vacation, demonstrates our commitment to 
securing high quality staff. This is exactly 
what you have been searching fori 
Full-time and Part time available. 
Apply in person at: 

Care Centre of Wauconda 

1 76 Thomas Ct. 

Wauconda, IL 60084 

Tel: 847/526-5551 

Fax: 847/526-0807 



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Immediate full or 

part time opening 

for a certified • 

lifeguard-nt our 

intermediate 

care facility. 

Responsibilities 

include program 

design and 

implementation of 

aquatic therapy for 

adults with 

developmental 

disabilities. If 

interested, contact 

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Round Lake Beach 

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Lakeland, call Cindy & 

Paula at (847)223-8161 

or fax (847)223-2691 



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Auiora employees get (he chance to make a real difference in the lives of the people in their com- 
munity. You, too, can make a difference by joining our family of health care professionals. A new 
beginning awaits you in the following positions: 



Full -Time 



1st shift Recovery Room RN 
2nd shift Health Unit Clerk 



3rd shift (12-hour shifts) Obstetric RN 

Other FT & PT Opportunities 

Medical Assistant, Medical Technologist 

MLT, Transcriptionist 



Part-Time 



1st shift Ultrasonographer 

2nd shift Radiographers 

Medical Technologist 

3rd shift Respiratory Therapists 

Registered Nurses-Experienced 

-Emergency ( 1 2-hour shifts) 
-Intensive Care ( 1 2-hour shifts) 
-Obstetric (12-hour shifts) 



Wc offer a competitive salary and benefit package and encourage service oriented professionals to visitor mail/rax a 
resume to: Unman Resources, 10400 75th Street, Suite 302, Kenosha, WI 5.1142 • Teh (414) 697-6905 or 

(414) 697-6846 • Fux: (414) 697-6708 

Aurora Medical Center 

QQ Aurora Health Care* 

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EXpERIENCEd 

TraveI AqENT 

Full or Part Time 

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Bilingual a plus. 

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UPSCALE 

RESTAURANT & 

COFFEEHOUSE 

seeking reliable 
barisfa help. 

Monday - Friday . 
5 am, start 

The Moka Cafe 

T Nlpperslnk Blvd. 
apply In person 



PARKS WORKER 1 
FUU-TIME 

8 Employee will perform a variety of mechani- 3 

gcal; landscaping, building and park mainte- § 

nance. Experience in swimming pool opera- 5 

lion required. Benefits Include: Hourly rate, q 

health insurance, retirement, vacation and jfe 

holiday pay. Send resume to Lake Bluff Park S 

District. a. 

Joe Schweda ! 

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Comfort Masters Co. Is a lead- 
ing provider of HVAC service* 
& raptacomontoquipmenl. 
Comlorl Masters Co,, Inc. 
(Wheeling) Is seeking Indepen- 
denl workers to handle various 
oHico (unctions, dispatching 
and customer service. Hours 
needed are Irom 4p.m. to 7p.m. 
M-F and Saturdays from 8a.m. 
to 4p.m. Excellent pay w/' 
opportunity to grow to full lime 
w/great benefits! 

Call Sue... (847) 41 9-0909 

We are an Equal Opportunity 

Employer 



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SECURITY OFFICERS 

Prestige Shopping Malls/Multl-Uso Properties 

Intercon's Special Services Group is a team of dedicated pro 
fesslonals specializing In the protection of shopping malls and 
multi-use complex environments. 

Our. continued growth in the Chicagoland market creates an 
immediate need for individuals who are looking to join team of 
professionals on a full or part time basis. 

If you meet the following qualifications: 

•Three or more years of military service with an honorable 
discharge and a high school diploma. 
OR 
•You possess an associate's degree in criminal justice, 
business or related field. 
OR 
•You have five years of security related employment history. 
•Possess an Illinois Driver's License with a clear history. ' 
•No criminal convictions. 

Let us Invest in your future with a career as a Full or Part Time 
Security Officer. ' 

Starting at $8.50 per hour. 

fComprohcnsive qampony .paid benefits, uniformsprovided. 
guaranteed hours and advance schedule planning. 

•Full in-house training programs, professional and career path 

development. 



CALL INTEKCON SKCUIUTY AT OUIt 

OFFICES TO SCHEDULE AN 

APPOINTMENT AT 630-645-O200. 

MONDAY IX) FRIDAY. 10:00AM IX) 4:00PM 



LOCOMOTIVE 
ELECTRICIAN 

Immed-Onenine- ■ 
Kansas City, MO. ■ 
Mid-America Car, Inc. 
Locomotive in Kansas 
' City, MO seeks . 
Electrician Supervisor, 
previous rngml exp 
desired but mandato- 
ry/supervisory train- 
ing avail. Pkg. • 
includes bnfts plus 
10096 company 
funded retirement & 
bonus potential. Sal 
based on exp. Relo 
allowance ouered. 
Frank 
816-483-5303; 
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TOOL & DE MAKER 

MiiiuirjchiuT of liigli (|-,i.i]in 
steel laminations lets ait open- 
Uir (or a Tool anil Die Maker. 
Tlic person we seek MIST 
possess own took as wll as 
work 3rd sliifi (1 lpm-7ani). 
sclieduled rnvnimc uml 
under mininuil siipeniMon. 

J The successful cJiHlidatc must 
taw: the ability to plan, con- ' 
stnici. alter, and repairs **.1de 
variety of look, prrrgrcsshr 
kuiilmiiion dies, jigs, Gxtures, 
and fjiirosi lo'eluse tolerv ; . 
aitces. Lxperieiicc required: 

1 2-4 years. 

( We offer excellent ivjecs and 
benefits including medical, 
dental, 4Ul(k) sattnp ami 
pension plan. Applv In per- 
son. Monday tlirouftli Friday, 

|9amtoHpnt. 

TE\IPEL STEEL CO. 

2200 TempcJ Drive 
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supermarket locations than ever before. And now's the time to discover all 
we have in store for ambitious individuals who want to succeed with a 
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IN-STORE SALES MANAGEMENT 
TRAINING PROGRAM 



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To succeed in our program. vou'» need a Bachelor's degree or equivalent 
sales or banking experience. You'll learn everything about developing customer 
relationships and running a First Chicago ln-Sfore Branch with advancement 
only limited by your performance. And with, your continued success, well 
offer you a competitive compensation package with lucrative incentives tied 
to performance as well as an excellent benofit package including retirement 
plans, tuition reimbursement -and more. 

Put yourself in a position you'll be proud to succoed 
in. If you aro unabje/tb attend our Open House, 
please send your resume 'to? Flrat Chicago, 
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Services 

SECURITY SERVICES 

ACCESS CONTROL 

SCREENERS & 
HOUSEKEEPING 

Full & Parl-Ume. . 
Seeking mam re',' reliable 
Individuals for work as 
screcners to operate 
package X-ray & metal 
delectors and housekeep- 
ing of Lake County courts. 
Starting at: 
$7/IIR Security 
$6,25 I1R Housekeeping 
& Benefits 
Call Andy.Fralh Sendees 

for Interview; 
(847)599-9110 



MAIKTENANCE 
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Six-day week. Full 
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Jewel-Osco, the Midwest's #1 supermarket/, 
drug chain, can get you started fast on a 
healthy career. Our Training Program will 
teach you all areas oi store management. 

We are looking for career minded individuals 
with strong people, communication and 
organizational skills who have a customer 
service attitude. 

We offer an excellent compensation plan 
and great benefits Including health/life 
insurance and 401K. Please fax your resume, 
Indicating Job Code LN.to: 708-531-6047. 



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How To 

Survive 

The Job 

Search 

By Nancy Sakol 



Thli b the lime of iht yen when I arn alien reminded how kJu ci1«I mim people 
cm be »nd how nilvc il the lame time. I im referring la the daiem otullt I Hive 
rrcelvrd In ihe put two weeb from ltudenu home for rummer brrik. In u much u 
that we empty *everil dozeru of itudenli o«r the lummer break, attitudes never . 
teem lo itop amuilng me. I would like 10 addreu tame of Ihe illtutloni to yw I n my 
column this week, with hopei thai perhipt wmtthlnf jou hear will put you In 
tune-J'd like to addreu i rail I perunaUy documented with humor, where an adw 
tliement had been placed In a newspaper for a Lake County Corporation leekl a% Data 
Entry and our coiporile phone number. Now, the proper way, of nunc, to place a 
call to a company In search of this position, li to professionally prtsenl you rwlf over 
the phone, whkh he did. 1 was thomu(hlyuiipFcstcd with his upbeat high energy 
desire for dala entry and hli pride in hU key ttrokrs. The convmal Ion went welt and 
slier eU ab II ihing Ihe salary lo be above whit he quolrd to be his "desliabte salary* 
further stating how this sounds like It b right up his alley, I set up an appointment 
with IhU Individual for an Interview. Wdlelnthemldiiofgliringdlrectionshe 
slopped dead In hb track* and asked U he wu calling an employment agency, the 
character became Irate and started mouthing of! some IrrluUngipecth about It being 
wrong to deceive people by not putting our company name In the paper so we can 
Identity o iinelvrs, I, of course, silo wed this person lo continue lo embaranus him- 
sell and asked him If he was finished. I !e calmed down long enough to allow melo ask 
hi m two questions. The first was, Tell me, b your duTicull altitude, due to Ihe lad 
that jou have not been able lo And a |obT*_.lte said, *Posslbkf\.l then responded 
with anothrrquestkm to him, and this being 'Are you looking [or the position that we 
just discussed, and you seemed enthralled wl tbr Again, he responded with "y e %, but I 
don't need lo use an employment agency to gel onet* Then I stalled Uughlng out loud 
as he expiessed his disgust and asked me If I found his answer tu that funny. "Of 
course I do*, I said to him, "(he position that you are applying for, b right here In our 
corporillonr As the phone became ijlcnl, t believe that he re alked hit ignorance was 
showing. And my final four words of the conversation before placing Ihe receiver In 
lis cradle, ended wilh_"l live ■ nice day.' 

I would also like to address the college applicant who treated me Uiiparkluig - 
Interview, thai lead to her being employed all summer al an hourly salary she only 
dreamed of during breaks—Turning lo whit some may refer lo as I "(efcj II and ' 
tlyde'persona in her second wetk of employment because she had not received her 
first payroll check. You nay want to seriously consider not showing that 'less than 
pleasant* side of yourself to any employer. 1 1 gives it away, that you seem lo place 
blame on everyone bul yourself. Once you were Informed that the United Stales 
foilal service was holding your mall In an area labeled "ANK*, (or 'addreu 
unknown*) due lo the fact thai your name appear* nowhere on or In your mailbox. 
Your response lo thai was, * Well, how was I supposed to know that I need to have my 
name on mytnallbotT I |ust moved here." It wu by then loo late totike back any of 
Ihe iltltude. The truth is, I think you really believe that someone dealt you a bad hand 
(so to speak) and Ihil 1 1'« someone else's faull for not telling you about mtllboies, pe r- 
hapi there"* i course you can pick up next semester In college. 
., Orperliapi, juumiywmltorclifihyoujmlndon (hcA, B.CsolempbymtnUnd 
howtakeepia 1 ,. - ] 

*Noi'toLP-,litandLale - li fci-'i'; 

Thank you for your short note 1 have received today. I assure you, thai b the lint - 
correspondence I have ever received from you. It appears by ihe tone of your Iciier 
Ihil you may wish to try not burning bridges before you check ibe facts. If ivc a nice 
dsy, 

Note: Nancy Sakol b ■ licensed personnel professional 
and President of Superior Personnel In Curnee. 

Lei ten can be sent to Nsncy Sakol 
do Lakeltnd NeHspipcn, 

P.O. Box 268, Craystakr.lL 60030 

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CLERICAL 
POSITIONS 



• Customer Service 

. Phone Reps, 

1 st Shift. . 

• 2nd & 3rd Shift 

Data Entry 

Great starter 

positions; Wiii train, 

Must be reliable and 

friendly. 

(Smiiey Face) 

Apply in person 

K&R Transportation, 

. Inc. 

3059 W.Washington St 
Waukegan, 



HEATING/ 

COOLING 

(sso.ooo-seo.ooo) 

Year-round opportunity 
with growing hosting & - 
cooling co., onlry-Iovol.and 

oxporlcnced positions 
available Overtime approx 
40 wooks a year. II you aro. 

mechanically Inclined, 

hard worklng^honest and 

want a career opportunity, 

call us. 

Wo Otter: 

•Company Training 

•Company Paid Bo no tits 

•Company Truck 

•Advancement Opportunity 

•A Drug-Free Workplace 

To Schedule an Interview 
., Call (847) 419-0909 
Moh.-Frl, Bam to 3pm 



The Antioch Police Dept. is accepting 
applications far the position of i 
TELECOMMUNICATOR 
91 1 DISPATCHER 

'Applicant must be 21 yrs of age, possess a high 



I school diploma or a GEQ. Applicant must be able j 
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to work various shifts, weekends & holidays. 

Applicant must be able to type, speak & 

communicate clearly. 

Applications can be picked up at the Antioch 

Police Dept, 882 Main St, Antioch, IL 60002. 

Completed & notorized applications must be 

returned to the Antioch Police Dept. by 

June 21, 1999 by 4 p.m. This is to establish an 



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The following schools need 

substitutes on a continuing basts, please contact the 

names listed below for further infpnnation. 

AdlaiE. Stevenson High School District #125 
1\vt> Sicwnson Drive, Lincolnshire. IL60069 

Contact: Pcrsonnei x-320 ......;.. (8477 634-4000 

Aptakisic - Tripp School District #102 . 

1231 Wciland Road, Buffalo Grow, IL 60089 

Contact: Laurel Karolczak (847) 634-5338 

Big Hollow School District #38 
34699 N. llwy 12, Ingleside, IL60041 

Contact: Ms. Buchner (847) 587-6800 

Day School / Northbrook 

3210 Dundee Road. Northbrook IL 60062 

Contact: Ede Snyder. , . . (847) 205-0274 

Deerfield School District #109 
517 Deerfield Road, Deerfield, IL 60015 

Contact: Phyllis x-222..: (847) 945-1844 

Grass Lake School District #36 
26177 W. Grass Lake Road. Antioch. IL 60002 

Contact: Pat Rische or Sue, .-. (847) 395-1550 

Grayslakc School District #46 
450 N. Barron Bl\tl„ Graystate, 1L60030 

Contact: )m\ Fabry x-1 100 (847) 223-3650 

Johnsburg School District #12 

2002 W. Ring>vood. Johnsburg. IL 60050-8568 

Contact: Diane Kofler (815) 385-9233 

Lake Forest Higii School District #115 
1285 North McKinley Road. Lake Forest, IL 60045 

Contact: Wendy Antrim x- 1 18 (847) 234-3600 

Lake Villa School District #41 
13 1 McKinley. Lake Villa, IL 60016 

Contact: Kaihy... (847) 356-2385 

North Chicago Community Unit School Dist. #187 
2000 Lewis Ave., North /Chicago, I L 60064 

Contact: Mona Amistrong (847) 639-8150 

Spring Grove District #11 

20i8 Main Street/Spring Grove, IL 6008 1 ' '' < " 

Contact:^. '...,' (815)675-2342 

Woodland School District #50 

17370 Gages Lake Road. Gages Like. IL 60030 

CotffrrcY.-Michclle .: ' '..'.;... (847) 856-3605 

Young at Heart Center ■ 

610 Peterson Road, Ubertyv-ille, 11.60048 

Co/f/rfc/.Lisa or Leslie (847)367-6 1 10 



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220 



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Full-Time 



Upscale 
Regional Relailer 



ias Immediate openin 

for Individual wilh 

sales & interior 

design experience. 1 

you are ready for an 

exciting, challenging 

rewarding career cal 



DRIVERS/OWNER 
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I W»M4 (or loal dilrwki ol bulk 
I p«mkum piodudi. ft pu-tmi 
work. Hull hut CDL I 2 jrmrifabh 
uict.i mSrr up, fjl l-IC9-«»J-«»S 
orllM«-40H.Jukl«GirjirDn 
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HUIC.K 

LAYKK/FOltKMAN 

Company In business 
101) yrs-l location. 
Ability to read blue- 
prints & do layout 
work. Mechanical apti- 

ludc. Knowledge of 
refractories & supervi- 
sor)' ability, +'s. 5 >ts of 
brick JayinR exp. req'd. 
Employment year- 
round. Full benefits 
package. Salary nego- 
tiable. Send resume to: 
R. Lnvin & Sons. 2028 
Sheridan Rd, North 
Chicago, IL ftJOtM or 
Fax: 847-689-0513 



MACHINE SET UP/ 
OPERATOR 



Night time position. 

Creative thinker. Good 

troubleshooting & 

mechanical skills. 

! Organized, detail minded. ! 

J Some Saturdays required. J 

B eneiit s 

Prolit Sharing 

i Medical & Dental Insurance ■ 

Paid Holidays 

J • Apply In person: 

O.I.S., Inc. 

400 S. Curron Rd., 

Grayalako.IL 



Facilities 
Manager 

Supervise Custodians, 

Building and Grounds, 

Construction and 

Transportation 

Contructlon 

experience preferred 

Start 7/1/99 

Salary: high $40's 

Call or Apply 

Lake Villa School 

District #41 

131 McKinley Ave. 

Lake Villa, IL 60046 

(847) 356-2385 



MAINTENANCE 
FULL TIME 

j' McHenry High School ServiceMaster Is seeking a 
1 quality minded mechanic to work at McHenry High 

School. Qualified candidates will possess general 
| skills in HVAC, electrical, plumbing and carpentry. 

Some heavy lilting required. Must be available for 
I weekends as needed. Full time position includes 

benefits. Starting salary $20,000. Call Mike or Mary at 

81 5-344-7178 or fax resume to: (815) 344-7179 



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Immediate tifienlnjvc. Mum he .tide m work full time, Indiullnf: 
iiolliljj-s. A drug (tee. work place. Excellent hvurlliK. 

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Hoard of Directors 

flnou Slate Park Road 

Fox Lake. IL 60020 ' 




Many positions 
available call 
Donna today 

847-548-0771 



FT/FT POSITIONS 
Available Mon-Fri 
Excellent Salary 
•WATERS RONT DIRECTOR 

(•upcrrlsc lifeguard staff) 
•LIFEGUARDS 

(at our Outdoor Camp) 
•COUNSELORS 

(supervise school age children) 
•COLLECTIONS 

(billing at all sites) 



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CUSTOMER SERVICE 

■Industry leader in Shipping Supplies seeks 

experienced professionals. 
•Position requires: 

•Experience taking phone orders 
•Excellent phone skills 
•Hours 10 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. 
. -Typing 30 wpm 
•Uline offers: 
•$l3/hour 
•Annual bonus 
•Excellent Benefits 

Send resume to: 

UUNE, INC. 

2200 S. Lakeside Dr. 

Waukegan. IL 6008S ■ 

Fax: 888-847-0354 



SECRETARY TO THE SUPERINTENDENT 



Warren Township Mgli School District 121 

Candidate to serve as an Administrative Secretary in 
the Office of the Superintendent. Must he able to exer- 
cise Independent Judgement, and maintain confidential- 
ity. Need to have excellent computer skills and demon- 
strate the ability to communicate with students, parents, 
and staff, 

Salary commensurate wilh experience 
12-month position 

Mcasc send letter of Interest and resume by QlWft to: 

Calvin E. Leader, Superintendent 

Warren Township High School 

500 N. O'Plalne [toad 
(Jiimec.lL 60031-2686 




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Help Wanted: Earn up to 
$500 per week assent- 
Ming product's at home. 
Ho experience. Info 
I-504-M6M70Q 
flept. IL-646 



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PEST CONTROL 

Termite Inspector 

EXPERIENCED 

Termite Inspector 

for FHA loans. 

$40,000 

CERTIFIED PROPERTY 
INSPECTIONS 
800/540/1400 



ENGINEER 
DESIGN ENGINEER 



ItaKMtlnffitUieEntinmtnR , .. 

Mjiwrlt, this imsHinn will limmv 

'liu livNlcn miiu minkllng 

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tip and ciinuucl rvjblillllv tests, 
fjlEurv jnitnls and pcrfoniwniv 
tests. WlU HMfR li-M results and 
rmimwcml nnidiirt ctKWBSi and 
tnliancniiiiiLs. Must ilcmtiittlntle 

(iruflclvtiiv inAitlnCU),. 
'nifaiRlmrr a definite plus. Musi 
kkc tSnkwtne <h mm iraiisfiT 
lluiirv, air ntmvintnl analysis, 
vihrjfloii and Mruclurv atulvM*. 
BSME ori-qulvjk'nl Industry 
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salary anJ cimlprthcnsla' fanttti 
roctciu. 1 . Scml risunii 1 In cimfl- 

pKild.llR Manager 1EA Inc. 
QtlST Shirlilan Rd. 
KeniBha.vnMI-13 



To place an ad wilh 

Lakeland, call 

Cindy & Paula at 

847-223-8161 or lax 
847-223-2691 



Responsibilities Include 
I reception, answering 
piiones,*word processing, 
' sales support, filing and 
, general office duties. 
'Knowledge of MAS90, 
, Word Perfect 6.0 and, 
' Q & A database helpful. 
! Non-smoking office. 
Apply At:. 
ILLINOIS 
INSTRUMENTS, INC. 
27840 Concrete Drive 
Inglcsldc, IL 60041 

815/344-6212 



K & R 
Transportation 

lias the following 
• openings: 

• WUtQKXJSESUPVR.- 

Rcsponsiblc & dependable. 
E\p. required (10:30p.m. 
start) Must have nierences. 

• DISPATCHERS- Must 
know city & suburbs. 
Have good phone rapport. 

Apply In person. 

3059 W. Washington St. 

Waukegan 



Lake County's WXLCAVKRS r.idio is currently accenting 
applications for the following positions: Sales Assistant, 
Promotions Coordinator, Receptionist anil Account 
Executives. These positions requires dynamic, organized 
individuals looking for a career in broadcasting. 
Compensation structures are developed individually based 
on specific qualifications. Benefits plan offered. Send 
resume and cover letter in confidence to: GSM, WXLC/ 
WKRS, 3250 Behrldere Rd., Waukegan, IL 60085. 

WXLCAVKRS radio iS an EOE. 
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. 



I Aldrldge Electric Is looking for extremely flexible, hard- 
1 working Individuals with data entry skills to dispatch traf- 
lflc signal maintenance calls covering a flve^county area. 
hull-time positions available on 3rd Shift: 11:00p.m. - 
1 7:OOa.m. M-F. 

In return, we offer good working conditions, friendly, help- 
ful co-workers and a very competitive rate of pay. All full- 
time positions have excellent benefits. Please either send 
resume with salary history to 28572 N. Bradley Road, 
UbertyvllleJL'60048, Attn: DP., fax to (847) 680-9738,.or 
stop In and complete application form between hrs. of 
7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday-Saturday. 



CUSTODIAL 
MCHENRY HIGH SCHOOL 

ServiceMaster is seeking permanent 

full time custodial help at McHenry 

High School. Starting rate to $8.25 

per hour. No experience, will train, 

generous benefits package included. 

Contact Mary or Mike at 

815-344-7178 Mon.-Fri. 8am to 1pm. 

or fax resume to: 81 5-344-71 79 



PARTS ASSISTANT 

Heavy equipment repair facility seeks individual with 
good organizational skills to assist in Parts Department. 
Duties will include ordering parts, scheduling equipment, 
customer contact and helping to maintain parts invento- 
ry. Previous experience helpful but will train right indi- 
vidual. We offer a competitive salary and benefits pack- 
age. Please complete application form at 28572 N. 
Bradley Road, libertyville, IL 60048, between the hours ' 
of 7:00a.m. and 7:00p.m. seven days per week or tele- 
phone (847) 247-52 1 5 and leave your name and number. 



JOIN A WINNING TEAM 

Sentry ItiMirjnu' Is a SYS billion gniwtln>rlcnuil niuHHIiic Insurance 
unit tuny. We are louklnn fur careerinlndird people who \v«nt to con- 
trol tlii-ir own Income to join our sale* team. Our sales reps M.-II Sc ser- 
vice a variety ol'paMtiul A huMnens Insurance products. We offer. 

• 1st > r salary of $30,000 (not a draw), plus commissions 

• Full range of employee benefits 

• Comprehensive paid tr. lining , 

• Proven selling system 
■Full Itnc of quality products 

•We provide Uic office & administrative support 
Call l -koo-^h-jm.s or send resume to: 

SENTRY INSURANCE 

">75 Dkcvlcw Plnvy;, Suite 171) ' 

Vernon I lilts, li<VH)6 1 

PAX (B 17) H IMV772 liOE M/T 

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Help Wanted 
Full-Time 



Tired of Earning 

$2000 to $3000 a month when 
your lifestyle demands more? 
I need 10 key people. High SSs 
for those able to train and 
motivate others. 
CALL: 847/604-4971 



EXPERIENCED F/T 
PAINTERS NEEDED 

for 

Altmann Drywall 

& Painting 

Located In Wauconda 

Musi have references. 

401 K avail. 

Call 
(847)526-8273 




AUTO MECHANIC 

ImmetSare opening for 

fjtpenencedASE Certified 

Mechanic, aignment espe- 

rience a plus Salary plus 

ce mm ta sk n Good benefits. 

Cal Jm for appt 

1-800-22^8167 

BERRY TIRE 

1001 fAMIwautea Ave. 

Ubertyvle 



CUSTOMER SERVICE 

(ji alnj; OnJerlakers 

|>arj- Starts At *H..«/t»r. 

P/T. dap or cveninRS. Flex hrs. nci 

exp nee. Paid mining, mercliaiidlse 

JK'iumi. Next IralnlnR class Slarw 

Tucjune 22nd. Apply in person. 

jatnnej- Cautnj; (Uisiomer 

Sen tec Center, I I2U Lake Omk ltd 

(|ust cast i>r Arlington lleifihis ltd In 

the liiilfalu Grove lluslncss Park) 

imrfatofirmeJLfV«OH9 

equal oppiv entplnycr 



SHIEEISE 

MM 
iuriivi\<i 

Mclal Stamper 

scelis Driver/Order 

Packer. 

American 

Industrial Co. 

Ph. 847-678-4848 

Fax 847-678-4545 



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Warehouse Labor 
& Driver 



1 needed for a full lime or pt 

I :'me position. 

f • Clean record required 

5 * Heavy lifting involved 

■ •Mon-Frl, Day shift only . 

I* (19.00) 

If No CD.L required 
JAppty In person at 
650 Church SL 
Like Zurich, IL 60047 

I Or fax a Resume to: 
; | (847) 550-8183 



Social 

i ; Service Aid: 

7AM - 3 PM 

call 

Anlc Mohan 

at 

: ; North Shore Terrace ; 
i; 2222 W. Hlh Street i 
|! Waukegan. IL 6008S i 
8^17-249-2^100x23 i 



SEASONiSP%v 

opportunities; 

part time summer help ' 

2 days a week 

light office dlties 

PHONE RECEPTION, SOME 
COMPLTER WORK, 
CASUAL, FRIENDLY 

ATMOSPHERE 

CALL 847-265-1626 

8:00 A.M TO 3:00 P.M.- 

iSK FOR LAURA 




225 



Business 
Opportunities 




Business 
Opportunllcs 



$1,250 PER DAY! 

NO SELUNQ 

NOTMLM 

HOME BASED BUSINESS. 

1-000*82-5044 

CODE »1 66592, 

25 WORDS' 4- 13 MILLION 
HOMES - GREAT RE- 
SULTS. You can market your 
product to 13 million house- 
holds throughout North Ameri- 
ca by placing your classified 
ad In more than 800 suburban 
newspapers, like this one for 
only $895. One phone call, 
one Invoice, one low payment 
Is all It takes. Call the Subur- 
ban Classified Advertising Net- 
work (ax-on-demand service 
800-356-2061 or 312-644- 
6610 X4731 to speak with 
sales coordinator. 

A STOCK MARKET CRASH 
IS IMMINENT. Turn $20K Into 
S10QK fast. Free prospectus 
* on The Elite Newsletter; (614) 
875-7674. Risk of loss Is possi- 
ble In' trading stocks and 
futures. 

AREA PEPSI/COKE RT. 

25 New Machines 

With Top Dollar Locations. 

Earn 51 00K Yearly. 

800-387-8418. 

GET RICH! 

EARN $1,250 PER DAY. 

NO SELUNQ. 

NOT MLM. 
1-800-882-5044 
CODE »1 66592. 

HOME BASED MEDICAL 

BILLING $45.000+/yr. Train- 
ing available, Limited availabil- 
ity, Computer required. Toll 
Free 1-880-41 3-0762 Ext. 
550. 

OWN YOUR OWN APPAR- 
EL, shoe, wosternwoar, linger- 
ie, bridal, gift or $1.00 store. In- 
cludes Inventory, fixtures, buy- 
ing trip, training. Minimum In- 
vestment $18,000. Call Paul at 
Liberty. 1 -501 -327-8031 ■ 

WANTED! 
STAY AT HOME 
MOMS OR DADS1 

If you're currently at home, 

or you'd like to be, we have 

the opportunity for you. 

Work PT/FT around your 

schedule end enjoy unlimited 

Income potential. Be part of 

the nutrition revolution as an 

" Independent Flellv Distributor. 

Call for more Information. 

Scoti Pomerance 

Independent Fteliv Distributor 

(847)945-2461 
MONEY BACK 
GUARANTEE. 

WORK FOR YOURSELFII 

Why work for others? 

Inc. 500 Company expanding. 

No hypel 

Honest, home base 

opportunity, PT/FT. 

Toll Free: 1-800-409-B302 

ext. 1426. 
For recorded Information. ■ 



WORK FROM HOME 
NEW YORK STOCK 
EXCHANGE COMPANY. 
Earn $400 to $1,200 your first 
week. First Check In 18 days, 
then weekly. Create more time 
to spend with friends and fam- 
ily. PT/FT/FLX. 
Call 24hra. 600-216-7894. 

WORK FROM HOME 

PT/FT, $850-$7,2O0/month. 

Start Immediately. 

Full Training Provided. 

Bonuses-Vacations. 

Free booklet call 

800-211-3224 

WWW.CASH91 1 .COM/FUTUR 



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Situations Wanted 



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CARING COMPAN- 

ION/CLEANING ".GIRL, 

Christian, age 33, flexible 
hours, $12/hourly. (847) 
680-6274 Ubertyvtlte. 



250 



School/Instruction 



PIANO LESSONS MADE 
FUN. REASONABLE Rates. 
Lake Villa area. References 
available. (8471 356-9155. 



304 



Appliances 



GOODMAN 8000BTU A/C, 
easy Install window unit, $285. 
Weslo cardlo glide, $85. (815} 
759-1043. 

SPEED QUEEN. WASHER 

AND GAS DRYER, $100 per 
piece. Whirlpool 15cu.ft. 
upright freezer, $250. White 
17cu.tt. Caloric refrigerator, 
$200. Contemporary oak 
queen headboard, $100. All 
excellent condition. (847) 
654-0291 leave message. 



310 



Bazaars/Crafts 



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BLOOMINGTON GOLD - 
Corvettes USA June 24-27, 
1899 Interstate Center Bioo- 
mlngton, II. 10,000 corvettes. 
50,000 people auc- 

tlon/swap/]udglng/speclal col- 
lection. Everyone Is welcome. 
You do not have to have a 
Corvette to attend. Fun for all. 
Additional Info 815-568-1960. 



314 



Building Materials 



ARCH STEEL BUILDINGS 
Spring clearance. Must sell Im- 
mediately to make room In 
warehouse. 16x16, 25x50, 
30x64, 40x60. Financing avail- 
able. Call now 1-800-341- 
7007. www.steelmasteru- 
sa.com 

CANCELLED STEEL 

BUILDINGS - FACTORY DI- 
RECT - UP TO 5096 OFFII 
40'X60'X1 2\ 50'X1 00'X1 6', 

wxisirxie', other sizes 

AVAILABLE. BRAND NEW. 
WILL SELL FOR BALANCE 
OWNED. TOLL-FREE 1-888- 
5689349. 



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CALLING ALL LAKE 

COUNTY MOM'SUI Bright 
Beginnings Family Day Care 
Network Is looking for nurtur- 
ing, responsible, creative Indi- 
viduals who would like to start 
their own business while stay- 
ing at home with their children. 
If you live in Lake of McHenry 
County and would like assis- 
tance In getting licensed,' on- 
going technical assistance, 
and child referrals this pro- 
gram Is for you. For more Infor- 
mation on how to become a 
quality Infant and toddler day 
care provider in -your home 
call Dana Thompson at (847) 
356-1021. * 

CALLING ALL WORKING 
PARENTS!!! Summer Is Just 
around the comer, have you 
planned your children's day 
care yet? Immediate openings 
for children ages 6 weeks and 
up are available In Bright Be- 
ginning Home Day Care Nat- 
work. Some subsidized spots 
available. For more Informa- 
tion on how to enroll your child ' 
In a conveniently located, 
quality day care home please 
call Dena Thompson at (847) 
356-4112. SPACES ARE LIM- 
ITED SO CALL IMMEDIATE. 



LOOKING FOR A MA- 
TURE WOMAN to babysit for 
my 3yr. old boy, preferably In 
• my Antloch home. (847) 
838-1378. ;•/■ ;..■ 

ISLAND LAKE MOM 
WITH 6yrs, child care experi- 
ence has full-time opening. 
Summer kids welcome. Fun 
activities, story time, field trips. 
Breakfast, lunch and snacks 
Included. Reasonable rates. 
(847) 487-^074. 

MOTHER OF 7/MONTH 
old baby, looking to babysit In 
my Island Lake home, Mon- 
day-Thursday. (847) 
462-1224. ; 

NEED A SITTER? Mother of 
4 looking to babysit In my 
Round Lake home. (847) 
546-2884. 

RICHMOND CARING 

MOM has 2 openings avail- 
able,, F/T, Monday-Friday 
days, CNA/CPR Certified. 
(615) 678-6084 days or even- 
ings. ^ 

WAUCONDA LICENSED 
TLC MOM has one full-time 
opening. Meals and actlvltes 
Included. (847) 526-5969 



I WILL BABYSIT YOUR 
CHILD In.GraysIake home, 
reasonable rates, (847) 
223-5169. 



GRAYSLAKE AREA MOM 

able to watch your child In her 

home full/part-time days. 

(847)543-9879. j * 



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Lakeland Newspapers / C 1 7 



314 


Building Materials 

* 



330 



Garage/Rummage 
Sale 




340 



Household 
Goods/ Furniture 



350 



Miscellaneous 



358 



Musical IntirumenU 



STEEL BUILDINGS 8ALE: 

40x60x14, $9,094. 50x75x14, 
$12,276. 50X100X16, 
$16,870. 60X100X16, $18,261, 
Mlnl-storago buildings. 
40x160, 32 units, $16,014.; 
Free brochures, www.sentlnet- 
bulldlnos.com, Sentinel Build* 
Ings, 800-327'0700. Exten- 
sion 70, 

USED OARAGE DOORS: 
10x11 Wayne Dalton Metal 
with Reg and low clearance' 
hardware (used . lyr.), $500. 
10x10 wood panel door, $250. 
6'8"x9 roll up' motat door, 
$150. Used metal bam elding, 
36 pieces, 30"x 16ft. (approx- 
Imaloly 40sq.1t. each or 
1 440sq.ft. total) $12.00 each 
or $400.00 all. One 5- 
1/2'x16ft. wood pole, $20.00 
Evenings (847) 395-6311. 



ORAY8LAKE r 

PRARIE CROSSING 

(Rt. 45 S. Of RL 120), 

JUNE 3, 4 & 6, 

0am-4pm. 

"Leftovers 8/1 0& 0/11 1* 

Meng/womons clothing, 

household, tons morel 

QURNEE 

HUGE WESTQATE 
SUBDIVISION 
GARAGE SALE 

Friday, June 4th, 

Saturday, Juno 5th, 

9am-3pm. 

Over 25 families participating. 

From 132 (Grand Ave.) East 

of 

94, North on Dllleys to 

Lawson to Subdivision. 

No early birds. 



318 



Business 
Office Equipment 



INCREASE YOUR SALES 
30%-10QV TAKE OVER 
LEASE ON PROCESSING 
EQUIPMENT FOR CRED- 
IT CARD SALES. CALL 
CARL (647) 392-421 S, 



320 



Electronics 
Computers 



PANASONIC CAMCOR- 
DER IQ, VHSC Digital Zoom 
20x, 3.2ln. LCD screen, AC 
adaptor,, extra battelres, cas- 
settes, battery . charger and 
many exlras. Asking 
$500/best. (847) ■ 688-6203 
days, (847) 662-2508 after 
5pm. 




jy Garage 

■ '-* Rummage Sale 



GARAGE SALE 
June 3rd, & 4th, 

lOanMpm. . 

June 5th. ' 

10am -2pm. 

Eagles Nest Subdivision, 

40369 N. Bald Eagle Rd., 

Anlioch. ' 

No Early Birds. 

GARAGE SALE FOX Lake, 
June 3rd, 4th & 5th, 8am-4pm. 
Christmas In June, clothing. In 
plus slzos galore, plus much- 
much more. 911 Fortress Dr. 
(Off of Kingston Blvd.). 

QArAqE" "SALE"* FRIDAY 

6/4 & Saturday 6/5, 9am-4pm. 
1420 Leslie Ave., Round Lake 
Beach. Weber Grill, A/C, com- 
puter, clothes, bikes, Hot 
Wheels, Beanie Babies and 
Little Tykes. 



HUGE 3 FAMILY . 

MOVING SALE 

WEST TRAIL 

410 & 431 Jennifer Ln., 

Grayalakt. 

, Friday, June 4th, 

8am-3pm. 

Saturday, June 5th, 

0am-12noon. " 

Furniture, appliances, clothes, 

toys, software and more. 

MALLARD RIDGE , 

. ESTATES 

UNDENHURST 

IS HAVING A 

MULTI-FAMILY 

GARAGE SALE. 

Many houses Involved. 

Located behind the new 

Eagle In Undenhurst. 

Friday, June 4lh, 

Saturday, June 5th, 

Sunday, June 6th, 

9am-4pm. 

MOVING SALE JUNE 5th, 
10am-4pm, June 6th, 8am- 
12noan. Furniture, pictures, 
kitchen Items, baby clothes 
and Items, and much more. 
Hllldala Manor, 35060 Hllldale 
Dr., Inflleslde. 

MULTI-FAMILY SALE 

COLLECTIBLE vintage - 
Unens, bakellte, Christmas, X- 
File, Starwars, household. 
Books, "movies, kitchen, deco- 
rating accessories, entertain- 
ment, womens clothes, craft 
books and supplies, etc. Satur- 
day June 12, 8am-7, 214* 
Goodnow Blvd.; Round Lake. 
^(847)546^3588.;: -j 

MULTI-FAMILY TOYS, 

CLOTHES, infant-big and 
tall, and much more. Friday 
6/4-Sunday 6/6, 8am-4pm. 
37036 Terry, Lake Villa (off Rt. 
83 & Morton). 



ARABIAN FILLY BLACK 
Bay Khemosabl ++++, Saud El 
Ameer bloodline's; Creative 
terms available. (414) 
495-4534. , . 

JUNE SALE CLEARANCE 
On English Saddle 

20-40% off 
New English Tick. 

The Corral 

Sullivan, Wisconsin 

(414) 593-6046. 

JUNE SALE 
- 20-40% Off 
New Wests rn Tack, 
Including Cy Saddles. . 
The Corral 
Highway 16 
Sullivan, Wisconsin. 
(414) S93-8048. . 

REGISTERED TOBIANO 
COLT, foaled July 5, 1998, 
yery flashy, beautiful head, 
hands on since birth, Dame, 
out \ of superior foundation 
stock. Sire, APHA worid cham- 
pion. Proven, race history, 
$3,500, serious Inquiries. 
(414) 876-0559. ; 

SADDLE SHOP ' HORSE 
trailers, Western/English, 
new/Used. Buy, sell, trade, The 
Corral, Sullivan, Wisconsin. 
(414) 593-8048. 



340 



Household Goods 
Furniture 



' DESIGNER MODEL 

HOMES FURNITURE 

CLEARANCE! 

Sofa/iovoseat set, 

hunter green, $495. 

Sofa, white, $350. 

Sofa/toveseat, 

earth tones, $595. 

- Also: Plaids, Florals, 

Leathers and More. 

Dining room sets, 10-pioca: 

Cherry, $1,395, 

Mahogany, $2,395, 

Oak $1,695. 

Other sets available. 

Also: Bedroom Sets, 

.from $995. 

(847) 329-41 19. 

www.modelhomefumltura.com 

DINING ROOM TABLE, 

BIRDS- Eye Maple finish, on 
pedestal, 2-leafs, 4-chaIrs with 
padded seals and backs. Phll- 
co radio/record player with 
stand- and 1040'a records, 
portable. (847) 223-0561. 

FURNACE 80,000 BTU, 
5yre.' ' old, runs great, 
$250/flrm. (647) 244-2353. 

RCA ; CAMCORDER 

COLOR with battery, and 
charger, ■ built-in light, 
$300/best (847) 263-1646.: 

SOFA AND LOVESEAT, ex- 
cellent, condition, green, red, 
beige, $200/besL (847) 263- 
1646. 



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360 



Pets & Supplies 



GARAGE/MOVING SALE 
NORTHLAKE FARM APART- 
MENTS. Huge complex ' ga- 
rage sale, furniture, toys, 
clothes'. Saturday June 5th, 
9am-3pm. Off of Hunt Club 
Rd., on Dada Dr., apartments 
behind Jewel Osco. 



AFTER YOU'VE HAD 

YOUR BIG SALE, and there 
Is still things that just did not 
go,;., Call us at LAKELAND 
Newspapers and run It 
under the 'FREE. or Givea- 
ways* classified column. FREE 
ADS are NO CHARGEI 
(847) 223-6161. ext. 140., 



NEW FURNITURE SALE 

*Nlne piece mahogany finish 

Italian bedroom set..$995. 

" * Italian Leather green sofa 

and loveseat.,.$895. 
- *ltallan Leather sectional, 
with sleeper/chaise lounge, 

assorted colors. ,.$1,895. 

'Italian Leather purple deluxe 

sectional, was $5,000 with 

sleeper, and chaise. ,,$2,195. 

'Singer Chinese design 

wood dlnlngroom set 

with 6-chalrs... $1,695. 

Italian Marble dlnlngroom 

table with chalra...$1 ,295. 

•Queen deluxe pillow top 

mattress sat... %\ 99.95. 

'Seven piece cherry finish 

dlnlngroom set.. ,5495. 
Call Days (773) 973-7070. 



BEAUTIFUL UOHT ptNE 
' ENTERTAINMENT-CENTER,'- 1 * 
decorative top, holds 3Sin. TV, 
excellent condition, $850. 
CASH ONLYI (847) 395-3409. 

SOFA AND SECTIONALS, 

dlnlngroom and dinettes, and 
assorted coffee tables and 
end pieces. (847) 438-6997. 

THOMASVILLE LIGHT 

OAK dlnlngroom set, Oriental 
motiff, table, chairs, buffet and 
china cabinet. Best offer. (847) 
566-^366. 



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LawivTJanfen 



1991 CLUB CADET Hf 1541 
GARDEN TRACTOR, hydro- 
tran, wheel weight, 46ln. deck, 
t hatcher, air rator, roller, 
dump , wagon, snowblower, 
grass catcher, low hours, mov- 
ing must sell. All offers will be 
considered, $4,000. (847) 
395-9470. 

HONDA TRACTOR MOW- 
ER, water cooled engine with 
very few hours, all original 
parts," Sl.OOO/flrm. (847) 
356-0710 Spm-Bpm. 

MARIGOLDS 

72 PLANTS $7.95; 

(inpatients, Begonias, 

46 plants $9.95; 

Hanging baskets. 

■ Geraniums 99*. 

Vegetable plants'. 

Ludyjan (414) 547-068& 

USED LAWN MOWERS, 

Starting at $40. (847) 740- 
2415. 



21FT- ROUND POOL, In 

good condition, accessories - 
Included, already taken down, 
have Instructions, $500. (847) 
395-8256. 

CAL-SPA JACUZZI, 8 per- 
son, 31 |ets, (2) 4hp motors, 
cedar outer, only 2yrs. old, 
kept indoors, $3,500/best. 
(414) 843-2218. 

FISH FOR STOCKING; 

Walleye, Large Mouth Bass, 
Hybrid Blue Gill, Black Crap- 
pio, Yellow Perch, Minnows 
and more. Brookcrest Fisher- 
ies, Ltd. W3698 County High- 
way G, Cedar Grove, Wiscon- 
sin, S301 3. (920) 665-8385. 

FRIENDLY TOYS & GIFTS 
has openings for party demon- 
strators ' & manage re I Home 
decor, gifts, toys, Christmas. 
Earn cash, trips, recognition; 
Free catalog, Information 1- 
600-488-4675. 



GAMEROOM EQUIP- 

MENT COIN-OP, Sega 
Video Driving Game, Ball! Pin- 
ball machine, bowling ma- 
chine, air hockey, elate pool 
table. EXERCISE EQUIP- 
MENT, Tunturl Bike, rowing 
machine. Also, 1660 Bronco 
with 8ft. plow, $1,000. Call Jim 
orRobln (847) 497-4117. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 
QUEEN waterbed frame with 
mirrored headboard. Brand 
new Aslcs boys - wrestling 
shoes, .size . 7-1/2. Wedding 
gown, size 12. Iguana cage 
with accessories. Very reason- 
able prices. (647) 740-4070. 



STORE FIXTURE LIQUI- 
DATION: Showcases; shelv- 
ing; wide span; conveyor, 
more. Everything goes •- 
cheap. FOUR ILLINOIS Serv- 
ice Merchandise stores only. 
Business as usual at ALL 
other stores. (800) 613-6865, 
www.nrel.com 10% Buyers 
Premium. 



WOLFF TANNING BEDS. 

TAN AT HOME. Buy DIRECT 
and SAVE1 Commercial/home 
tunits from $199. Low monthly' 
payments. FREE color cata- 
log. Call today 1-800-842- 
1310. 



PIANO BALDWIN ACRO- 
SONIC Consolette, with 
bench, very good condition, 
$1,000. (815) 337-1844. 

PIANO USED CABLE, 
$600.(815)385-0640. 

TRUMPET HOLTON WITH 
Bach 7c mouth piece, like 
brand new l '$350/best (414) 
656-1648. 



360 


Peti& Supplies 



350 



Miscellaneous 



354 



18" DIRECTTV SATEL- 
LITE SYSTEMS. Single 
$69.00. Two box systems 
$199.00. 3 months free pro- 
gramming. Free Install kit with 
purchase. Authorized dealer. 
-Open 7 days. 1-800-325-7838 
#00111. (SCA Network). 



Medical Equip 
Supplies 



1994 LARK 3 WHEELER 
HANDICAP SCOOTER, ad- 
justable bucket seals, oxygen 
tank, cane holder, also electric 
lift for auto, 2 new batteries. 
Very good condition. $700. 
(847)526-4383. 



ARASK9 
PET GROOMING 

Certified Master Groomer. 

Board Certified Groomer. 

Ail dogs $20. 

Dog training. 

Certified master trainer. 

Open 7 days 7:30am-6pm. 

After hours by appointment 

(847) 546-1922. 

BEAUTIFUL BEAGLE PUP- 
PIES, AKC registered, 
wormed and ' ready to go, 
$250/ea, (847) 669-6446. 

BLACK LAB PUPS AKC reg- 
istered, good hunting lines; 
Call for details .(414) 
B7BM1628. , 

DOG SITTING 
IN MY HOME./ 

State licensed. 

Reasonable Rates. 

Call Florence (847). 066-63 19. 

ENGLISH SETTER PUP- 
PIES,; bom 5/9, excellent 
hunters, health guaranteed, 
vet checked and 1st. shots, 
$400. (815) 923-2050. 

FOR SALE PET IGUANA 3ft 
long. Includes 4x5ft. cage, vita 
light, 2-heat tamps,' (1 ) $30 
heat rock, vitamins, book, 
$100. (847) 587-1737 even- 
ings." 



GERMAN SHEPHERD 

PUPPIES, AKC, import lines, 
shots, wormed, bred for beau- 
ty, companionship and pro- 
tection. Parents on premises. 
$350 guaranteed. (414) 
835-481B. 



JACK RUSSELL TERRIER 

PUPS, pedigree, parents on 
premises, good as the best, 
top quality, $350. (815) 
923-0807. 

LLAMAS FOR SALE adults, 
pairs. Taking orders on new 
Crlas. Map Llamas. (847) 
740-7464. 

PERSIAN KITTENS, 

$250, 8/weeka old, to good 
homes only. (815) 338-2629. 



PURPLE MARTIN BIRD 
HOUSES. 12-FAMILY:;$20« : 
& S/H. TELESCOPIC 
POLES/ACCESSORIES ?; 
AVAILABLE. MARTINS EAT 
2000 FLYING INSECTS PER 
DAY.. FREE CATALOG. 
ORDER TODAY. CALL 1 .800- 
784-8688. www. purple mar-; 
tin.net 

SIAMESE SEAL POINT,: 
8/weeks, June 1st., first shots, 
vet visit, $150/ea. (414) 
652-5265. 

THE SCOC 

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Pot C lean-Up Service 
Affordable Rates. 
Weekly service. 
548-4633. 





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CUB CADET 16HP., 44ln. 
deck, good condition, low 
hours, $1,800/best. (615) 
337-0427. 

SEARS CRAFTSMAN RA- 
DIAL ARM SAW, 2.5hp, iOlnv 
Uade, excellent condition, call 
for details (815) 477-6527^ 



370 



Wanted To Buy 



BUYING RETIRED BEAN- 
IE BABIES. Please call Mike 
after 7pm weekdays or all day 
weekends 1-888-291-4932, 
pin #6104, Libertyville area 

Slot Machines WANTED- 
ANY CONDITION- or 
Parts. Also JUKE BOXES, 
MUSIC BOXES, Nickelo- 
deon and Coke Machines. 
Paying CASHI Call 
(630)985-2742. 

WANTED STAINED 

GLASS, equipment and kiln. 
Call evenings (815) 
363-0684. 




79TH; ST. 10532-P LEAS- 
ANT PRAIRIE, beautiful 2- 
story home on large lot in quiet 
neighborhood. Easy access to 
1-94, 3-large bedrooms, 2-1/2 » 
baths, fireplace, 1st floor laun- 
dry, heated 2-1/2 car garage, 
large, shed .and much,, much- 
more. $195,900. Call for ap- 
pointment (414) 694-4396. 



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$147,900. (847) 587-4355. 


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needs work, as Is. 


(847) 


587-8176. 





DIAMOND LAKE LAKE- 
FRONT 4-bedroom, 2.5 bath 
'home. Many special features. 
Four season recreation. 
$389,900. (847) 566-7768. 




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500 



Homes For Sale 



CAMP LAKE WISCONSIN 
by owner, 'recently romodeled 
2-bedfoam ranch, aluminum 
siding end view ol Center 
Lake, $72,500/besl. (847) 
362-9820. 

FOR SALE BY OWNER 
FOX LAKE 2-story, 2-bod- 
room, 1-1/2 bath, with counlry 
flair, oversized 2-1/2 car ga- 
rage. Kitchen with pantry, knot- 
ty pine cabinets throughout, 
dinlngroom, llvlngroom, pine 
Stairway, laundry/sowlngroom 
on 2nd floor. Close to train and 
theatre. 7 years young. 
$116.900.(847)973-2717. 

FOR SALE BY OWNER. 
Salem, Wisconsin. Rehab 
started, not finished . Drilled 
well, new septic. Large, large 
tot, with water view. $56,000. 
PELL LAKE, WISCONSIN 
7yr. old home, . 3-bedrooms, 
full basement, 1-1/2 car de- 
tached garage. City sewer 
and water. Priced to sell. 
$86,000. 

SILVER LAKE, WISCON- 
SIN. 2-bedroom, city sewer, 
drilled well, lull basement. Sit- 
ting on double lot. $72,000 
plus another double bulldable 
lot for sale. 

SALEM, WISCONSIN. 2- 
bedroom, on water. New well 
and septic, 2-1/2 car detached 
garage $65,000, ■ 
BURLINGTON, WISCON- 
SIN Sitting on large wooded 
lot. City sewer, drilled well. 
needs some T.LC. lots of po- 
tential. $55,000. 
BLOOMFIELD, WISCON- 
SIN Lake Ivanhoe, Double 
tot, drilled well, septic, with 
small house. Priced to sell 
$29,000. 

BLOOMFIELD, WISCON- 
SIN Lake Ivanhoe, 2-3 bed- 
rooms, full basement, well 
and septic, sitting on double 
lot. Needs some work. 
556,000. 

RANDALL, WISCONSIN 3- 
bedrooms, 2.5 baths with po- 
tential for 6-bedrooms. Living 
room with fireplace, 40' Flori- 
da Room. 2-1/2 car attached 
garage. Sitting on picturesque 
setting with mature oaks total- 
ing 1-3/4 acres. S199.000, 
Priced thousands below mar- 
ket value. Must Uquldatel 
ALL HOMES JUST 
MINUTES FROM ILLI- 
NOIS BORDER. PRICED 
TO SELL CALL (414) 
537-3679,, OR (414)537- 
4845. 

40 ACRE FARM OPEN 
HOUSE SATURDAY & 
SUNDAY 11am-2pm, 15712 
12th St., Kenosha County, 2 
miles west of t-94 on Highway 
E. Would make Ideal 
horse FARM, mature trees, 
3-bedroom brick ranch, In 
mint condition. Separate guest 
house, farm buildings. Century 
21 Savaglio Realtors or call 
Morgenson lor private show- 
tng. (414) 859-3163. 

JOHNSBURG CHAPEL 

HILL ESTATES 2800sq.ft. 
Cape Cod with full basement 
and 3-car garage, 3-large 
bedrooms, masterbedroom 
has walk in closet and bath 
with double whirlpool tub, 3 full 
baths. Huge kitchen, 1st floor 
laundry, famllyroom, living- 
room and office. Screened 
porch, large deck, one acre 
lot. High efficiency furnace, air 
cleaner, central vac. Call for 
appointment. $276,000. (615) 
363-8802. 



500 



Homes For Sale 



ORAYSLAKE UPDATED 3- 
BEDROOM ranch, absolute 
move-In condition, hardwood 
floors, new roof, freshly deco- 
rated, large yard, 2-1/2 car ga- 
rage, deck, close to town and 
schools. $139,000. Coldwell 
Banker, Jack McCabe (847) 
384-7571. 

HOUSE FOR SALE Grays- 
lake 3-bedroom, 1 -bath, 2.5 
car garage, large private yard 
with brand new large wooden 
play set, new roof, new drive- 
way, new hot water heater, 
stove, ovens, refrigerator, 
washer/dryer. Crawl space. 
Located on quiet street In 
friendly neighborhood, close 
to schools, town and parks. 
Only $127,900. OPEN 
HOUSE Sunday 6/8. Noon- 
5pm, 360 Heather Ave. (Rt. 
83 to Highland, follow signs). 
For more Information call 
Sharon (847) 548-0390. No 
agents please. 

INGLESIDE 4-BEDROOM, 
2-BATH Cape cod, home 
built 1989. Freshly painted, 
new hardwood floors through- 
out, fireplace In livingroom, All 
generous sized rooms, 
I850sq.fl.. full finished English 
basement with recroom, 5th 
bedroom and 3rd. bath, 
fenced yard, 2-car garage. 
Lake rights to Long Lake. 
$157,900. (847) 740-0065 
Broker Co-op 3%. , 

ISLAND LAKE BY OWNER 
3-bedroom ranch, garage, 
cathedral celling, skylights, 
double deck, new pool. 
$129.900.(847)207-5775. 

LAKELAND IS OPEN 

24 HOURS , 

If you need to place an ad In 

Classified, call us at 

(847) 223-8161 ext. 140 

and leave a message. 

We will get back to you by Ihe 

next business day. Or you can 

fax our 24-hour fax line at 

(847) 223-2691. 

LEASE OPTION/RENT TO 
OWN Can't get mortgage? 
No problem! Deluxe 2-story, 2- 
bedroom, 1-1/2 bath town- 
home, Round Lake Beach. 
$65,900. (647) 516-5352, 
(847) 308-1052. " 

L1NDENHURST BY 

OWNER Great family home, 
2yrs. new, 4-bedroom, den, 
,2500sq.ft., 1/3 acre, fn cul-de- 
sac, Heritage Trails Subdivi- 
sion, $228,500, Call for ap- 
pointment. (847) 265-6248. 
Open House June 6th, 1pm- 
4pm., 2623 Delaware. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 2- 
bedroom, 1-balh home totally 
rehabbed. Everything new, - . 
kitchen, bathroom, carpet, fur- 
nace and ducts, water heater. 
Ail appliances Including dish- 
washer and washer/dryer 
plumbing. Ceiling fans 
throughout. Electric, gas, 
windows, closets, roof and 
large deck on back, huge lot. 
S95,O0O/best. Call Kevin (847) 
526-0572. 



FORECLOSED 
HOMES* 

LOW OR $0 DOWN! 
Gov't & Bank Repos 

being sold Now! 

Financing available! 

Local Listings, 

1-800-501-1777 

cxt. 9203 



HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER, 
LAKE VILLA 

Well-kept Raised Ranch, Q, 3 bedroom, 2 full baths. Large- 
Master bedroom & Family Room. Professionally Landscaped 
yard. Home across from pork in quid .subdivision with Lake 
Rights. Above (•round pool and large deck. $135,000 
(847)587-9372 




OWNERS PRIDE SHOWS! $164,900 

3 BR / 3 bath. Deck & screened porch lending lov. 
healed pool.' Overlooks 1/2 acre, fenced 'vara Oak' 
panels, ceramic tiles/ walk-in closets & MORE, 

' www.advantage-reaity.com 

Marie Dowdle 847-587-9777 




Homes For Sale 



MOTIVATED SELLER 

ROUND LAKE PARK Urge 
3-bodroom, 1 -1/2 bath trl-lo vol 
located on dead-end road. Pri- 
vacy fenced, double tot, 2-1/2 
car garage, A/C, swimming 
pool. Just reduced $124,000. 
(847) 740-3784. 

COUNTRY SCHOOL 

HOUSE 120YR. old brick 
uniquely remodeled duplex, 
1.8 aero mini farm. Upper 
2,016sq.ft. t 3-bedrooms, 1-1/2 
baths, fireplaces, spiral stair- 
case, attached deck with out- 
side hot tub. Lower 1 ,240sq.ft., 
2- bod room, 1-bath, fireplace, 
1,240sq.ft., 1-car brick ga- 
rage, 30x30 2-stall horse barn. 
Raclna County. By owner. 
$235,000. (414) 835-2349. 

WAUCONDA SELLER 
TRANSFER MUST MOVE 
FAST, 4-bedroom, 2.5 bath 
contemporary home, with 
pool, In much sought after Fre- 
mont School District. 
$279,800. Ask for Mark (847) 
407-5412. ' 

TWO STORY, 3-BED- 
ROOM, 2-bath, everything 
updated, 2-1/2 car garage, on 
50x150 lot, S147K. (847) 
526-5459. 

WATERFRONT HOMEl 

VERY LARGE INGLESIDE 2- 
BEDROOM RANCH, WITH 
150FT. ON DUCK LAKE 
CHANNEL! MOTOR BOAT- 
ING AND FISHING. COM- 
PLETELY REDECORATED. 
ALMOST EVERYTHING IN 
HOME IS BRAND NEW. 
$124,999. CALL ROBERT 
QUINLAN. COLDWELL 

BANKER, (847) 362-7300. 

WONDERFUL LARGE 5- 
BEDROOM home, beautiful 
country kitchen, exercise loft, 
office, 2-baths, 3-car garage 
on landscaped acre In Water- 
ford Buena Park Subdivision. 
$200,000. (414) 534-2725, 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 3- 

bedroom ranch, 2-full baths, 
full finished basement, nicely 
landscaped, deck off bed- 
room, shed, fenced yard. Lots 
of added extras, $103,900. 

(847) 740-3350. 



504 



Homes For Rent 



ANTfOCH 3-BEDROOM 

RAISED ranch, 

$l,700/month. Credit check 
requlrod. (847) 362-2008. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 
Doll House In The Woods. 

You wont believe this 

adorable 2-bedroom home, - 

backing to the forest preserve. 

Large 2-car garage, - 

fenced yard, basement, 

all appliances. 

Secluded dead-end street. 

S995/monlh. 

Alanwood Associates 

(847)223-1141 

TWIN LAKES, WISCON- 
SIN 3-room house for rent, 
with basement for storage, 
quiet, safe area, school, 
church end stores near by, 
$450/month, $450 security, 
2yr. lease. Available Imme- 
diately. Contact (708) 
795-0055. 



ROUND LAKE 

Walk to the train! 

1 BR Duplex - 

2nd Floor. 

No garage. 

Long Term Lease. 

$475/mo + 

utilities & 

sec dep. 

Land Management 

815-678-4334 




WANTED TO RENT WITH 

preferred option, a three-four 
bedroom home In Grayslake 
or Gurnee area. Call (630) 
595-9606 



514 



Conda/Town Homes 



514 



Condo/Town 
Homes 



FOX LAKE LAKEFRONT 
CONDO ON PISTAKEE 
LAKE, 2-bedrooms, 1-bath, 
fireplace, garage Included, 
$850/monlh, Pager (708) 750- 
1870. 



GREAT LOCATION 
SEVEN minutes to Baxter, 10 
minutes from Gurnee Mills, 2 
mlnuios to I-94. Gurnee 
Schools. Sparkling 2-bed- 
room, 1.5 bath townhouse is 
better than new. Built 1995. 
Open floor plan, spacious 
kitchen, neutral decor, custom 
window treatments, oak rail- 
ings, celling fan In master bed- 
room and dining area. Backs 
to common area with sliders 
off of large livingroom.. Con- 
venient 2nd floor laundry- 
room, storage shelves. In at- 
tached garage. Upgraded 
Lennox central air. Excellent 
neighborhood with park. Sep- 
tember occupancy. At the Vil- 
lage at Pleasant Hill. Off 
O'PIaine Rd., between Rt. 120 
& 137. For more Info: Betsy 
(847) 473-6264 days, (847) 
249-7680 evenings, 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 2- 

bedroom townhome, end unit, 
maintenance free, C/A, 1-1/2 
baths, balcony, pool, 
$775/month. Available June 
1st. (847) 223-2253, 

ROUND LAKE TOWN- 
HOME 2-bedrooms, 1-1/2 
baths, A/C, parage. Available 
June 1st. $775/month plus util- 
ities and security. (847) 
74Q-4030. 

WACONDA RENTAL 
LAKEFRONT, pool, fire- 
place, dinlngroom, 2-bed- 
rooms, 1-3/4 baths, 
$850/month, available 6/1. No 
pets. (847) 526-7150. 

WAUCONDA LAKE- 

FRONT, LARGE 2-bed- 
room, sandy beach, heated 
pool, boat dock, move-In con- 
dition, $81,900. (847) 
526-7024. 



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Mobile Homes 



GRAYSLAKE GORGEOUS 

TOWNHOME In College 
Trail. 2-bedrooms '(possible 3- 
4)*>wlth loft.- Just- painted, 
cathedral ceilings, finished 
English basement. All ap- 
pliances, 2-car attached ga- 
rage. $126,900/best. Motivat- 
ed. (847) 548-8324. Open 
House Saturday June 5th, 
1pm-4pm. 845 Essex Cir- 
cle. ' 



MOBILE HOME 14X70 2- 
BEDROOM, 2-BATH, fire- 
place, all appliances, deck, 
shed, 2-wlndow A/C's, 
$22,000/negotlabte. (847) 
546-8931. 

1998 "NEW" 16X70 In 
■NEW" adult park In Wauke- 
gan, over $4,000 In extras, 
must sacrifice, $47,000. (847) 
782-1518 or (847) 362-4227. 

CAMBRIDGE COURTS 
12X70, 2-bedrooms, screen 
porch, appliances, good condi- 
tion, $10,500. (847) 740-4185 
leave message. 

WAUCONDA IN TOWN 

WALK TO EVERYTHING 

OVER 55 COMMUNITY. 

1990 1 -bedroom, 1-balh, 

carport and shed, 

newly remodeled. 

$28,900, 

1988 2-bedroom, 2-bath, 

carport, shed and deck, 

$39,900. 
1995 2-bedroom, 2-bath, 
with garage and carport, 

' $58,900. . 

1995 2-bedroom, 2-bath, 

with carport and shed, 

$49,900. 

1987 1 -bedroom, 1-bath, 

with carport and shed, 

$25,500. 

(847) 526-5000 

leave message. 

MARSHFIELD 12X68, 

NEW vinyl siding/carpet, 
shed. Retirement Park, age 
55. $9,700, (414) 694-9477. 

MOBILE H10ME CAR- 
ROLLTON 1990. Bargain. 
Double wide, Oakwood. Newly 
carpeted, air, 3-bedrooms, 2- 
baths, natural fireplace, deck, 
shed, $41,500. (414) 
552-7666, 

MOBILE HOME 1969 Fleet- 
wood 12x60, new furnace, 
central air, 3-bedrooms, 
$6,000. (414)694-9082. 

MOBILE HOME IN Beach 
Park, 2-bedrooms, 2-bath, sin- 
gle wide with addition, air con- 
ditioning, shed, quiet neigh- 
borhood. Available Immediate- 
ly. $35,000. (847)249-0111. 

MOBILE HOME WOODED 

park, walk to Silver Lake, cen- 
tral air, flreplt, all ' appliances 
included. (414) 889-6233. 

MODULARS • DOU- 
BLEWIDES - SINGLEWIDES 
- ILLINOIS LARGEST DIS- 
PLAY OF MODEL HOMES. 
FOUNDATIONS, .. BASE- 
MENTS, GARAGES, -SEPT- 
ICS- WE DO IT ALLII FREE 
STATEWIDE DELIVERY/IN- 
STALLATION. RILEY: MANU- 
FACTURED i HOMES 1-800- 
798-1541. 



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Apartments For Rent 



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Apartment For 
Rent 



GRAYSLAKE 2-BED- 

ROOM PLUS balcony, A/C, 
parking, no pets, Available 
June, 5685/month plus utill-. 
ties. (847) 205-1684. 



GURNEEAVAUKEGAN 
NORTH SHORE 
APARTMENTS 

At Affordable Prices. 

Spacious. 

Luxury Living. 

Elevators. 

On Site Staff. 

Good Location. 

Easy to Toll Roads. 

IMPERIAL TOWER^ANOR. 

(847) 244-9222. 

CENTER 

STREET 

APARTMENTS] 

1 Bedroom^ 

Now 

available! 

Utilities 

included 

Call today 

395-0949' 



LAKEVIEW TERRACE 
APARTMENTS LAKE VIL- 
LA, Large 1 & 2 bedroom a, 
$645-$760/monlh. Hoat, wa- 
ter, air Included. (847) 
356-5474. 

NORTH CHICAGO, 1 & 2 

bedrooms available, new car- 
peting, utilities Included. No 
pels. (847) 681-0795. 

SUBLEASE: 2-BEDROOM 
APARTMENT, 1 -bathroom, 
carpet, celling fan In living- 
room, dinlngroom, bottom 
floor, smalt patio, has gas heat 
and central air, dishwasher, 
electric stove, refrigerator and 
microwave. Available from 
June 1, 1999 to September 
30, 1999. Includes enclosed 
one car garage, in Gurnee 
School District. Rent Is 
$780/month with $760 securi- 
ty deposit. Please call (847) 
263-7228 (H), or (847) 688- 
2480 (W). 



WESTWIND 
VILLAGE 

APARTMENTS 

2200 Lewis Ave., Zion 
1,2 & 3 BEDROOMS 

FREE HEAT 

Appliances • On Site 

Manager • No Pels 

Starting from 

S495/mo. 

Call Martha & Issac 

(847)746-1420 

or BEAR PROPERTY 

MANAGEMENT 

(414)697-9616 




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i & 2 i1drm spacious floor plans 
On-site 24-iiour emercency maint. 
Satellite TV now available 
Laundry facilities 
Convenient to Metra 
Beautifully manicured grounds 
Flexible leasing 



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445 Donin Dr. 

Antloch.lL 

(847) 395-0949 



Deep Luke I Icrmiliigc 
149 N, Milwaukee Ave, 

Lake, Villa. IL 
'(847) 356-2002 



OAKRIDGE VILLAGE 
APARTMENTS 



Offering Affordable Housing for 
Qualified Applicants. . 

Currently Accepting Applications on our . 
1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments 
Stop in at: 

299 Oakridge Court in Antioch 

Or call: 

847-395-4840 

f£> 1-800-526-0844 TDD 

cnxsr. Managed by Meridian Group, Inc. 



UliEWOod YHUqE Apartments 

h fSLANfJ LAKE AN(d GRAYSlAkE 

OffEninq AffoRdAblE liousiNq Ton ouAlificd ApplicANis. 
NOW ACCEpliNq AppliCAliONS foR our: . 

• 1,2 AN(J 3 blidROOM APARTMENTS 

PlEASE CaII f0R MORE INfoRMATiON OR AppoilMIMENT AT: 

(847)225-6644 TDD# (800)526-0844 

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Apt/Homes 
To Share 



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Rooms To Rent 



LIFJERTYVILLE- 3 Bedroom 
Condo. 2 roomates, looking 
for a 3rd. Great location, great 
digs, great price. Non smoker. 
Call evenings at (847) 549- 
6075 or days (847) 771-8774. 



530 



Rooms For Rent 



WAUCONDA FOX RIVER 
VALLEY GARDEN, kitchen 
privileges. ■ free cable, 
$300/month. ' Non-smoker, 
non-drinker. Available June. 
(847) 639-8979. 



IF YOU ARE A HEMALE over 
21, who likes animals and 
wants to live near the Beach, 
here's your chance. Room- 
mate wanted lo share 3-bed- 
room house In Round Lake 
Beach. For details call Kevin 
(847) 740-3696. 

SEMI-FURNISHED 
QUIET, clean, convenient. 
$200 to move In, $70/wk. 
(847)360-9566. 

ROOM FOR RENT In large 
Lake Villa 'home. Intersection 
of 59 & Grand Ave. 
S350/month;'Daye 1-800-255- 
4859 ext. '4689, evenings 
(847) 973-0128. . 



534 



Business Property 
For Sale 



BANK LIQUIDATION 
Fox Lake, III. 

Display Showroom 

16.589sq.ft. 

Attached Warehouse 

S.OOOsq.ft, 

Shop and Storage Building 

9,280sq.ft. 

Land 4.01 acres, located at 

145 Sayton Road adjacent to 

busy highway 12. 

Asking $1,045,000. 

For Sale or Lease. 

Call Bank of Waukegan at 

(847)244-6000, 

ext. 231. 



534 



Business Property 
For Sale 



LAKEMOOR 5.400SQ.FT. 

BUILDING on 2 acres, zoned 
industrial, will divide. (815) 
385-8959. pager (312) 903- 
9544, 



BOULDER, CO 

Inn For Sale by 

Owner. 5yr old, 

12rm, unique 

Western urban 

inn. Spacious 

owner's qtrs/ • 

conference space. 

Impeccable. 

$2.8mil. 

303-545-5200 







FOX LAKE:. 

NEW LAKE VIEW 

OFFICES 

ON GRAND AVENUE 

HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE. 

S275/MONTH. 

(847) 587-1815. 

OFFICE SPACE 

350SQ.FT., on .Cedar Lake 
Rd., Round Lake Beach. In- 
cludes ' private' . bath, 
$240/month. (847), 356-6309 
or (847) 548-1360. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 
14,000$q.ft., 2-loadtng docks 
and 20ft. clear span, (815) 
363-4B00. - 

SPRING GROVE OFFICE 
SPACE Approximately 

600sq.ft: units. Private rest- 
rooms, heat and atr Included, 
$500-$600/month. Conven- 
iently located near Rt. 12. 
(815)385-0555. 

WAREHOUSE OR INDUS- 
TRIAL 200 am p. 3- phase 
electric, 12fi. celling and over- 
head doors. 2500sq.fl., 
$900/monlh. 5000sq.lt., 

$1 ,800/month. Located in a 
new Industrial' park on Circuit 
Drive In Round Lake Beach; 
(847) 395-1952. 



WAUCONDA AREA OPEN 
YARD STORAGE FOR 

RENT with or without office 
trailer, various sized spaces 
available. Call for i prices. 
(847) 526-5000, leave 

message. 

W WItHll l llll l ltlltHI.l l 

ZION MEDICAL OFFICE 
FOR RENT, 5 rooms, lots of 
free Darklno. (8471 731-2939. 



Business Lot 

& Bldgon Rt. 12 

Shop with 

overhead door, 

office, additional 

storage garage & 

sales lot 

Excellent visibility. 

$795/mo. 

Land Mgrnt. 

815-678-4334 



raCHMOND 

Fountain Head 

Corporate Center. 

Rt 12, 

New Superior 

2750 to 7630 s.f. 

units, for 

|lf\DUSTRy/BUSINESS,| 

a/c ofc, Common 

or Private Dock. 

2750 sf. $995 

Land Mgrnt 
815/678^771 



540 



Investment Property 



SPRING GROVE 4 unit 
apt. bldg, large garage, 
3.6 acres, $28,320 groat. 
$249,000. (815) 

675-2248. 



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Lakeland, call Paula 

& Cindy at 

(847)223-8161 

or fax , 
(847)223-2691 



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P.O. Box 649, 

Fox Lake. III. 60020. 

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SPECIAL OFFER 

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Grayslake III, 60030. 

Attn: Usa. 

GOLF CLUBS. MENS right 
handed, 1 •complete,' 1 •partial, 
with bags, $35 & $25. (647) 
731-0419. 



560 



Vacant Lot/Acreage 



CRYSTAL LAKE 1 acre lot, 
north side, suitable walkout 
ranch, $85,000. (815) 
459-5935. 

FOR SALE PRIME LOT 

42x125ft., across from Golf 
Course & Country Club on 
Halnesvllle Rd., 1 block from 
shopping. Please call after 
5pm. (708) 788-1806. 



568 



Out Of Area Property 



KENTUCKY LAKEFRONT 

19 acres • $49,900. Lake 
property on beautiful undis- 
covered lake. Small town, 
country living. Meadows, 
woods, views and sunset. 4 
seasons, year round boating 
and fishing 800-81 6-5253. 

TN LAKE BARGAIN - 

$17,900. $1,600 down. Boat 
dock. Beautifully wooded lot at 
spectacular 30,000 acre lake. 
Paved road, utilities, sur- 
veyed, soils tested. Local bank 
has appraised • will finance 
7.25% fixed, 15 years. Only 
$147/rnonth. Priced to sell Im- 
mediately. Offered first como, 
first served. Call now 800-861 - 
"5253, ext 2301. 



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Central IL 

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574 



Real Estate Wanted 




WANTED WAREHOUSE 
SPACE In central Lake Coun- 
ty for distribution business, 
Buy or long term lease, 5,000- 
B.OOOsq.ft. Need dock, small 
office, Like good parking, but 
not a must. Call after 6pm. 
(847) 587-5370, 



704 



Recreational 
Vehicles 



1984 MOTORHOME 

28FT. Class C, fully con- 
tained with gonerator, sleeps 
6, 50,000 original mites, 
$7,500. (647) 637-1282, 

1989 FIBERGLASS HARD 
SHELL 18FT. CAMPER, 
fully loaded, bathroom, stove, 
fridge, shower, A/C & heat. 
Only sleeps 2. $2,200/best, 
(847) 265-0203. 

1994 DUTCHMAN 6TH 
wheel 26ft., low profile, sleeps 
6, excellent condition, 
$7,500/0081 (847) 247-6531. 

1999 14FT. FLAGSTAFF 
CRANK-UP CAMPER FOR 

SALE, Has A/C, used only 
once, $7,500. Please call 
(715)963-2900. 

CAMPER HIGH-LOW, 

FUN-LITE, fully equipped, 
stove, refrigerator, bathtub, 
shower, toilet, easy to tow, 
$6,000.(847)362-0237. 

GULFSTREAM ULTRA 
26FT,, 1993, rear bedroom 
with twin beds, bunk over cab, 
12,300 miles, air conditioning, 
generator, on Ford chassis 
with 460 engine. (847) 
746-1659, 

WINNEBAGO 22FT., 

BEAUTIFUL and pristine, 
seats 6, sleeps 4. Bath: toilet, 
shower and sink. Kitchen: 
stove, refrigerator, microwave, 
A/C, furnace, color TV. 2.2L, 
19mpg, manual trans., AM/FM 
& CB, 1988 model, $11,500. 
(847)256-0556. ' 




1997 ARCTIC CAT 

600EXT, many extras, 600 
miles,' moving, must sell. All 
offers will be considered, 
$4,650, (847) 395-9470. 

TWO ARCTIC CAT SNOW- 
MOBILES & TRAILER 
FOR SALE, 1999 ZL600 
brand new. 1991 Panther 2- 
passenger. Double Karavan 
trailer, $6,300. May separate. 
Please call (715) 963-2900. 



710 



Boats, Motors, 
Etc. • 



710 



Boats, Motors, 
'Etc 



804 



Can for Sale 



1970 17FT. SEA RAY, good 

running condition, needs in- 
terior work, $1 ,200/best., with 
trailer. (647)546-6891. 

1971 18FT. SEA RAY, 
115hp Merc motor and trailer, 
$2,200. Runs and looks great 
(847) 774-0206. 

1979 YARCRAFT 15- 
1/2FT., 70hp Mercury, tri-hull 
with fish locator and trailer, 
very good condition, $2,700. 
(414)895-6101. 

1962 GALAXY OPEN BOW 
170hp. I/O, very clean, new 
carpet, new seats, easy load 
trailer, good family and ski 
boat, $3,900. (847) 546-0262. 

1985 RENKEN SLOOP 
18ft., fixed keel, self furling jib, 
4hp Merc outboard, new rig- 
ging, trailer like new, $4,750. 
(847) 540-5854 after 6om. 

1967 24FT. FOUR WINNS, 
full cabin with bed, toilet and 
sink. Only 350 hours on en- 
gine. Many new parts Includ- 
ing starter, fuel pump, batter- 
ies, etc. 2-depthfinders, EZ 
Loader Trailer, all Lake Michi- 
gan fishing equipment Includ- 
ing downrlggers. Sacrifice 
price; $11,500/best. (414) 
534-7272 ask for Jim. 

1988 BAYLINER 26FT. 

with trailer, $10,000. Call (847) 
662-3672 after 5pm. 



19B9 BASS TRACKER 

1800TF, tracker trailer, 155 
Mercury outboard, recent re- 
build, Mlnnkota trolling motor, 
2 fish locators, $7,000. (630) 
766-3311. ■ . 

1994 RINKER 20FT. Capti- 
ve 1 Cuddy, 3 50 mag, silent. 
choice, 2-props, 4-covers, ex- 
cellent condition, 
$16,000/best; (847) 
587-2337. 

1694 SEARAY 13FT. JET 
BOAT, 90hp, trailer' and cov- 
er, like new, $6,000. Must See. 
(847) 740-6098. 



1995 BAYLINER CAPRI 
1C50SS, 4.3LX 180hp open 
bow, sun deck, skis/tube, 
$6,995/best. (647) 482-6738. 

27FT. SEARAY, GOOD 

condition, $20,000. (414) 
694-6971. ^ 

BOAT 14FT. BROWING 
Trl-Hull, Walk-thru, 80hp 
Johnson 0/3, EZ-Loader Trail- 
er, new battery,, new seats, 
extra canopy top, $1,650. 
(847) 6B7-6047. 

BOAT 17FT, SYLVAN, 

50 hp Johnson tiller, roller trail- 
er with extras, $2,500/best. 
(847) 872-2949 leave mes- 
sage. 

BOAT) HUSBAND DIED. 

1991 Sea Nymph 16ft. with all 
the toys, also fishing poles for 
sale, $7,100/best. (414) 
657-4971 after 4:30pm. 

CANOES-CANOES AND 
MORE CANOES. Call recrea- 
tion plus, Twin Lakes, Wiscon- 
sin (414) 877-2794. 



FISHING BOAT, 1980 

Lund, 1 5ft. with 70hp Johnson, 
36lb. thrust trailer, with trailer 
and Hummingbird fish finder, 
asking $2,800 or best reason- 
able offer. (847) 973-0814. 

GLASTRON 21 FT., 5.7L 

engine, 2yrs; old, custom 
made, like brand new, 30hrs., 
LOADED. (847) 965-9939. 



HYDROSTREAM 20FT. 
VENUS, 175 Mercury EFI out- 
board, new In and out, 
70+MPH, $10,500/best. (414) 
534-3536, cell (414) 403- 
9798, ; 

JET SKIS (2) Kawasaki 

650 SX, kept In storage, with 
trailer, $4,500/both. (414) 
539-2957. 



MARINE MOTORS (2) 
1975 Ford 302, (1) new with 
120hrs„ $550/best. (1) $200. 
(847)662-1018. 

MUST SELL MOVING! 25ft. 
Wellcraft Boat, excellent condi- 
tion, $12,000. (847) 
497-4117. 



PAIR OF SEA DOOS. with 
dual trailer. 1995 XP, like new 
condition, low hours, Includes 
cover and assist bar, 1 992 XP, 
great condition, with cover. 
1995 trailer, like new condi- 
tion, with storage compart- - 
ment and many extras. 
$6.600. (847) 566-7803. 

PONTOON BOAT 24FT., 

half hard top, recent floor and 
carpeting, decent Interior, no 
motor, $1,800. (847) 
774-0206. 

SEADOO 1696 GSX 110hp, 
full Instrument package, used 
less than 3 firs., Includes trailer 
and custom cover. Call (414) 
767-5805 (Burlington) after 
5:30pm. 



PONTOON CAPITAL 

5 Brands, 27 Styles 

Great Prices! 

•OUTBOARD MOTORS* 

lAN-MUstM 
ro<JTBOAjm»" 

1/2 price & up 

• FISHING BOATS 

• JON BOATS 

• BASS BOATS 
•BOW RIDERS 

Spring clearance now 

WOODLAND PIER I 

1-414-534-5264 



720 


Sports Equipment 



804 



Cars For Sale 



BROWNING A-BOLT RI- 
FLE, caliber .280, stainless 
steel barrel, ■ black synthetic 
stock, Leupotd 3x9 variable 
scope, must have valid 
F.O.I, D. card. L Kissel after 
6:30pm. (847)244-5990. 

CAMPING EUREKA 

STORM shield dome 12x12 
tent; Coleman 2-burner pro- 
pane . stove with 6lb. tank, 
chuck box; 10x10 screen room 
plus many extras. Lifetime 
warranty, $600/best. (847) 
587-5901. 



KASSON POOL TABLE 7ft. 
oak complete with padded din- 
ing cover,, air hockey, plng- 
' pong and game top, oak rack 
and cue sticks, $2,800/best. 
(414)643-2218. 



JAVEUN AMX 380, 1972, 

many new parts, 59,000 miles, 
. $5,900. (847) 526-7224. ■ 

CHEVY 1964 CAPRICE 9- 
passenger wagon, looks 
great, runs well. Safe car for 
teens or transporting kids. 
$950. (647) 587-6047. 

OLDSMOBILE 1987 CUT- 
LASS CI ERA GT Coupe, 2- 
door, loaded, 114,000 miles, 
nice car. r $2,500/oest. (647) 
856-0983. 

SATUHN 1994 SW2 WAG- 
ON, beautiful car, well main- 
tained, $G,400/bost. (847) 
856-0983. . 

AUDI 1993 80C8 QUAT- 
TRO SPORT, 2.8L V8, 5- 
epeed, 4WD, all power and 
luxury options, ABS, alrbag, 
leather. Kelly book value over' 
$16,500, sacrifice at $13,900. 
Call (847) 548-0096. 

BMW 760IL 1989, $9,942. 
(847) 234-2600. 

BUICK 1982 LESABRE, 

$2,995. (847) S56-3000. 

BUiCK 1992 RIVIERA, low 
miles, loaded, finest one ar- 
ound. Must see. $8,600/best. 
(847) 625-9328, cell (847) 
87fr4826. 

BUICK 1995 SKYLARK 
CUSTOM SEDAN, $7,995. 
(647)856-3000. 

CADILLAC 1995 SEDAN 
DEVILLE, $15,575. (847) 234-, 
2600. _. 

CARS $100-$500 AND up! 
Police Impounds: Hondas, 
Toyota's, Chevy's, Jeeps and 
Sport Utilities. Call now! 600- 
730-7772 ext.7040. (SCA Net- 
work). . - . . 

. ALL MAKES 

HONDAS FROM $500 

*■ Police Impounds & 

Tax Repos. 

For listings 

CALL NOW! 

1-800-31 9-3323 

ext. 2292. 

CHEVY 1985 CAMARO 
Z28. $4,995. (847) 85B-300Q. 

CHEVY 1994 CAMARO 
SPT. CPE., $7,895. (647) 360-. 
5000. - 

CHEVY 1995 CORSICA, 

Ask for Mr. Milter (847) 623- 
1492. : 

CHEVY 1995 LUMINA LS, 
$6,655. (847) 587-6473. 

CHEVY, FORD PtCK-UP 

Bodies, Factory-new guar- 
anteed from $1300.00. Doors 
from : $89.00 Fenders from 
$50.00 Beds from $800.00, 
Bedliners $169.00. Bumpers, 
Grills . Repari Panels, Paints, 
Abrasives,, windshields, radia- 
tors, Delivery, Marx (217) 624- 
6164. 

CHRYSLER 1993 CON- 
CORDE, $7,575. (647) 587- 
6473. 

CHRYSLER 1996 SE- 
BRING SPT. CPE., $11,995. 
(847) 360-5000. 

DATSUN 280ZX 1979, low 
miles, new parts. Looks greall 
(414) 694-7715 evenings. 

DODGE 1995 INTREPID, ■ 
$7,681.(647)234-2800. 

DODGE 1996 AVENGER, 
fully loaded, excellent condi- 
tion, must see, 1908 88th St. 
| 414) 942-1368 anytime. 

DONATE CARS 

IRS TAX DEDUCT, 

FREE TOWING. 

FREE PHONE CARD 

TO DONORS 

WITH THIS AD (13230. 

HERrTAGE FOR THE 

BUND 

1-800-2-DONATE. 

EAGLE 1993 . VISION, 
$7.568. (847) 234-2600. 

EAGLE SUMMIT 1992, 
$3,995. (847) 587-6473. 

EAGLE TALON TSI 1992, 
ail wheel drive, turbo, many 
new parts, runs great, looks 
good. Reliable, fun to drive. 
Priced below blue book for 
quick sale. $4,500/best. 
Randy (647) 721-2834. . 



804 



Cars For Sale 



FORD 1989 TAURUS 4- 
door L sedan, low mileage, 
auto 3-speed, good condition, 
must see. Great kids ' car. 
$3,195. (647) 395-2763. 

FORD 1991 CUSTOM 
VAN, with a lift. In very, nice 
condition, $8,700. (414) 
B03-54B8. ' 

FORD 1993 TAURUS, 
$4,995. (647) 662-2400. 

FORD 1994 THUNDER- 
BIRD, black, 2-door Coupe 
IX, new tires,* 8-cy Under, 
power windows. and seats, 
AyC, $7.900. (647) 356-8063. 

FORD: 1998 MUSTANG 
CONVERTIBLE, , 6-cytlnder, 
green with tan top, loaded, 5 
star chrome rims, 38K, ex- 
tended warranty, $12,500. 
(647)567-1131. , 

GMC SUBURBAN SLT 
1996, K1500, black with. tan 
leather, excellent condition, 
69K, 526,500/best. (847) 
265-0978. /_ 

PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 
GT 1991, new timing belt, 
tires, trans, alternator and 
brakes. Power windows, 
doors, A/C, sunroof, am/fm 
cassette with equalizer, plus 
lumbar seating, hud dimmer, 
computer , compass with 
range, cruise control, etc. 
$4,000/best Call Jody (847) 
546-7333, pager (708) 348- 
8195. 

JAGUAR XJS CONVERT- 
IBLE 1990, 40,260 miles, no 
winters, .dealer maintained, 
beautiful condition, $18,000. 
(847) 587-5274. 



FORD 1988 TAURUS 

WAGON, good mechanically, 
nice Interior, 8-passenger, 
$1,500/best. (815) 675-3115 
after 6pm. ; 

FORD 1989 PROBE GT 

TURBO, : chrome wheels, ex- 
haust, very. fast, 67K miles, 
$4,000. (847) 456-2458. , 



828 



FourThedi 
DrWJops 



SATURN SL1 1996, 
$6,960.(647)587-6473; • 

SATURN 8L2 .1995, .Aright 
aqua marine with neutral gray 
doth Interior, 5-Bpeed manual 
transmission, dual airbags, 
new brakes, 64,000 miles, 
$8,400. (647) 662-3165. 

TOYOTA 1992 CAMRY LE, 
very good condition, power 
windows, air, automatic, good 
tires, clean car, $4,900. (847) 
395-7306. ' 

TOYOTA 1997 COROLLA 

SEDAN, $12,495. (847) 856- 
3000. 

VOLKSWAGON FOX 
1993, black, 80,000 miles, 
great condition, $3,950. (847) 
857-0594. ' 

WELL KEPT 1992 Ford Es- 
cort Wagon, 113,000 miles, 
great body/engine, $2,950. 
(847)265-8371. 




Oassic/AntiqueCan 



BUICK 1967 SPECIAL, V8, 

A/T, P/S, factory air, must see, ' 
ait origlunal, 64,000 original 
miles. 53,750/best. (847) 
546-1700. 

RAMBLER AMERICAN 

1962, Oklahoma car, 4-door, 

6-cyllnder, automatic, all origi- 
nal, drive anywhere. Must see. 
$2,495/best. (414) 652-1888. 



814 



Service & Parts 



KIA 1698 SEPHIA LS. 
$9,995. (847) 360-5000 

LAKELAND IS OPEN 

24 HOURS 

If you need to place an ad In 

Classified, call us at 

(647) 223-8161 ext. 140 

and leave a message. 

We will get back to you by the 

next business day. Or you can 

fax our 24-hour fax line at 

(847)223-2691. 

LINCOLN 1992 TOWN- 
CAR, $8,995. (847) 395-3700. 

MAZDA 1994 B2300, 
$4,795. (847) 234-2800. 

MAZDA 1994 PROTEGE, 
$6,250.(647)662-2400. 

MERCURY 1986 COU- 
GAR, new tires, good condi- 
tion, loaded, excellent runner, 
$2.495/best (847) 587-0513. 

MERCURY 1993 SABLE 
GS, Florida car, 100,000 
miles, well maintained, good 
condition, anxious for fast 
sale, $3.000. (847) 356-3144. 

MERCURY 1994 COU- 
GAR. Ask for Mark (847) 623- 
1492. __ 

MERCURY COUGAR XR7 
1993, $7.995. (647) 587-6473. 

MITSUBISHI 1693 DIA- 
MANTE LS, CD 6-pack, 
champagne with tan leather, 
power sunroof, locks, wind- 
ows, 11 OK, $7,500. (847) 
576-0726. 

NISSAN 1994 ALTIMA SE, 
$7,966. (847) 234-2800. 

NISSAN 1995 ALTIMA, 
$8,995. (847) 662-2400. 

OLDS 1993 ACHtEVA, 

$3.995. (847) 662-2400. 

OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS 
SUPREME SL, red, 2-door, 
excellent condition, 

$3.200/best. (647) 265-2278. 

PLYMOUTH 1988 SUN- 
DANCE, $2,995. (847) 855- 
3000. - 

PLYMOUTH 1993 SUN- 
DANCE, $4,495. (647) 662- 
2400. 

PONTIAC 1992 SUNB1RD 

SE SEDAN, $6,695; (847) 856- 
3000. __^_ 

PONTIAC 1993 SUNBIRD 

LE, $4,386, (647) 662-2400. 

PONTIAC 1994 GRAND 
AM, $6.408. (847) 234-2800. 

PONTIAC 1996 BONNE- 
VILLE SE. $11,995. .(847) 
856-3000. • ' ' 

PONTIAC 1696 GRAND 

AM, $10,995. (647) 395-3700. 

SATURN 1994 SL, $5,990. 
(647) 360-5000. 

SATURN 1995 SL1, 
$8,350.(847)360-5000. 

SATURN 1996 SL2, 

^9,785. (647)360-5000. 



■ 
WAREHOUSE AUTO 

PARTS. Great prices. Huge 
Inventory. Foreign and domes- 
tic. Shipped direct to you. 1- 
600-655-4492. 




828 



Four Wheel Drive 
Jeeps 



JEEP 1996 GRAND CHER- 
OKEE LIMITED, 67K MILES, 
EXCELLENT CONDITION, 
■ $18,500. (615) 344-2468. 

JEEP 1998 WRANGLER 

4x4, $18,000. Ask for Mr. Mill- 
er. (847) G23- 14 92. 

JEEP CHEROKEE 1994, 
$8,995. (647) 587-6473. 

MERCURY 1995 TRAC- 
ER, $6,995. (647) 662-2400. 

SUZUKI 1998 SIDEKICK 
SPORT 4x4, $12,414, (847) . 
234-2800. 

GMC 1994 JIMMY 4X4, 
$8,274. (847) 234-2800. 



DODGE 1977 VAN, 

$850/BEST. (847) 546-7098. 

DODGE 1989 CARGO 
CARAVAN custom rack, inside 
shelving, rebuilt engine, de- 
pendable work vehicle, 
S2.35Q. (647) 265-7230. 

DODGE 1990 CARAVAN, 
1-owner, runs great, 
$2,20Q/besL (647) 973-2406. 

DODGE 1992 B250 CON- 
VERSION VAN, $9,452. (847) 
234-2800. 

DODGE 1993 CARAVAN, 
$5,995. (647) 5876473. 

FORD 1987 HIGHTOP with 
lift. New paint, tires and bat- 
tery, has captains seats and a 
fold out bed, $8,900. (414) 
603-5466. 

PONTIAC 1992 TRANS 

SPORT SE, $8,995. (647) 856- 
3000. 



CHEVROLET 1995 
TAHOE 4x4, $16,995. (647) 
395-3700. - 

CHEVY 1985 SUBURBAN 
WAGON. $3,195. (847) 662- 
2400. 

CHEVY BLAZER LT 1995 
4x4, loaded, leather, alloys 
and more, mint condition, 
$15,990. (647) 587-8411.':; 

FORD 1979 BRONCO 460, 
4-speed,. many new parts, 
new tires, runs great, 
$3,000/best. (815) 726-1175. 

FORD 1992 EXPLORER 
4x4, 4-door, automatic, fully 
power, no rust, sharp looking, 
$6,700/best. (847) 244-7538. 

GMC SUBURBAN 1985 
4x4, maintenance records, au- 
tomatic, 5.7L engine, new A/C, 
' In good condition, 
$3,500/best. (847) 395-S606 
evenings, (847) -838-5811 
days. • ' 

GRAND CHEROKEE 1995 

LAREDO, 4x4, $15,900. Ask 
for Mr. Miller (847) 623-1492. 

GRAND CHEROKEE LAR- 
EDO 1993, $10,900. (647) 
623-1492. 

GRAND CHEROKEE LAR- 
EDO 1994, $14,000. Ask for 
Mark (847) 623-1492. 

GRAND CHEROKEE LIM- 
ITED 1996, $21,900. (847) 
23-1492. 

JEEP 1994 WRANGLER, 
$9,900, Ask for Mark (847) 
623-1492. 



834 


TmcksrTniileri 



CHEVROLET 1998 S-10 
PICKUP, $7,495. (847) 360- ' 
5000. 

CHEVY 1985 FLATBED 

TOW TRUCK, with 1992 en- 
gine, runs great, $6,500/best 
(647)837-1012. 

CHEVY 1992 S-10 'PICK- 
UP, $4,305. (647) 567-6473. 

DODGE 1990 DAKOTA, 
$2,562. (847) 587-6473. 

DODGE 1991 DAKOTA X- 
CAB PICKUP, $4,995. (647) 
360-5000. 

DODGE 1993 DAKOTA, 
$5,995, (647) 395-3700. 

FORD 1988 F-250, 2WD. 
heavy duty, ladder rack, good 
work truck, 51,000/best. (847) 
973-1486. 

FORD 1995 XL FULL PICK- 
UP, $8,688. (B47) 662-2400. 

FORD 1997 RANGER XLT, 
$10.995. (847) 656-3000. 

MAZDA PICK-UP B2500, 

1999, white, 1,100 miles, 
$13,900.(847)360-8217, 

TOYOTA 1992 DELUXE 
4X4 PICK-UP, 78,000 miles, 
V6, auto hubs, bedliner.. top- 
per, new exhaust, timing belts, 
Kenwood* CD. chrome bump- 
ers. $6.995. (647)576-9219. 

TOYOTA 1996 TACOMA X- 

CAB, $15,995. (847) 856- 
3000. 



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HARLEY DAVIDSON 1979 
SPORTSTER lOOOcc, totally 
restored, some new chrome, 
$6,000yfirm. (B47) 949-5267. 

HARLEY DAVIDSON 1994 
Sportster Hugger 883, aqua In 
color, under 5,000 miles, out- 
standing condition. Financing 
available. (847)473-4227. 

HARLEY DAVIDSON 1997 

SPORTSTER 883 HUGGER, 
400 miles, showroom condi- 
tion, $6,500. Call (647) 
546-7057. 

SUZUKI INTRUDER 1994, 
black, new exhaust, mint con- 
dition. Asking $3,500/best. 
(847) 680-1764 ask for Wern- 
er. 



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advertising with the Lake- 
land Newspapers you may re- 
ceive a misleading statement 
from another Arm request- 
ing payment for this advertis- 
ing. To receive proper cred- 
it to your account, all pay- 
ments for your Lakeland 
Newspapers advertising 

must be made as invoiced 
and directed to: 

Lakeland Newspapers 

po Box aea 

30 8. Whitney Gt. 

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Education/ 
Instruction 




4 Catvary Christian 
j Learning Center 

% Preparing Uiildren 
i Spiritually & 
■ Academically for the 
future. 

• Christ Centered 
Curriculum 
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Fun & Friendly 
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Summer & Fall 
134 Monaville Rd. 
LakeVUla 
. Ph; 847-265-0580 
Fx: 847-356-6524 



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CLEANING SERVICE 

WILL clean your office or 
small business. Bonded and 
Insured , Flexible. hours. (647) 
740-0306. 



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THE GLORIOUS DAYS OF SUMMER ARE COMING! 

The stuff in the garage is like money in the bank. 

Clean out your garage and have a garage sale by advertising 

in Lakeland, Great Lakes Bulletin, and The Market Journal. 

Buy one week at $1 9.95 in all our papers and 

GET THE SECOND WEEK FREE!!! 

Must be prepaid on Visa, Mastercard or Discover. 

Just one quick phone call at 847-223-8161 ext. 140 

will get your ad in for two weeks. 

CALL TODAY! 




THE HANDYMAN NO job 

too small. Painting, carpentry 
and repair work. Reasonable 
rates and free estimates, 
(847)223-7724. 



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Housekeeping 



ADVANTAGE CLEAINQ 

SERVICE 
• Insured and bonded. 
Call (847) 265-5555. 
Save this ad to receive 
$10 discount. 

DEBBIE'S CLEANING 

SERVICEI 

NEW IN TOWN! 

Will do Your Spring Cleaning, 

Move-outs, 

New & Old Construction. 

17yrs. Experience. 

Reasonable Rates, 

References available. 

(847) 546-3166. 

HOUSE CLEANING avail- 
able. Insured and bonded. 
Honest and reliable. Please 
call (847) 740-0306. 



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rwiirnw Hit y° ur clubs beEope 

\V/UIUUU1 you buy them in our 
MOTIu outdoor driving 

C*-- range. 

tllimm! from l'l«n. Tommy Anntiur, Callaway. Ttllubt anil more. 
Impnivi' \mir fiunv whli Iomhiv from «ur I SCTF certified pro. 
In-Mitrc or away frvm #liwc lesson plans avuibhlc. 

For llic hcM In pilf equipment f,o lit: 

BASS PRO SHOPS OUTDOOR WORLD 

Gurnee Mills Mall 

6X12 W. Grand Ave. 

Gurnee, IL 60031 

847-856-1229 




• Beaulllul and Challenging par 35, 9-hole layout. 

• Comprehensive 5-week Junior Golf Program begins 
June 21 si. Hurry, space is limited. 

• All weekend tee limes available 7 days In advance. 

• PGA Professional available for group gall lessons. ' 



r2~foF$32" 

.• 2 Nine-hole 
I rounds 

■ (1 par person) ■ 
'• 2-porson electric * 

cart 

■ Valid Monday i 
through Friday. \ 

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■ or outing play. 1 
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MAKE US YOUR HOME COURSE IN '99 
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or if you want to say Congratulations to someone who just made a hole in one, 

please call Paula or Cindy today at 847.223-8161 



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Call 847-546-8242 

Reservations Required for Coupon. 




Does not include leagues, outings 
and holidays. Owned and operated 
by the Round Lake Area Park 
District. 

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Course 

$14 G.rccn'fccs $14 Elktrlc Carts F 
!$£. S9 Jr./Sgrc'recit Fees oh Weekdays; J 
Ranked: Top Ten Best 9- Ho!» Courses 
/■ Fuliserylce bar i'grill ^y 

1 Complete Banquet Facility available \ 



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landscaping 




PINE TREE SPECIAL 

20,000 Trees 

Beady to go this Spring. 

•Scotch 

•Austrian 

•Fraslor 

•Balsam 

•White Spruce, 

Buy10Qetl£BE£- 

FREE Delivery and Planting. 

Country Cabin 

Orchard & Nursery 

(815)330-3340. 

S. HERNANDEZ 

LANDSCAPING 

•No Job Too Small - 

•Quality Workmanship 

•Mowing 

•Tree Trimming 

•Flower Beds 

•Tree Planting. 

•Free Estimates 

•Fully Insured. 

Sltverio Hernandez 

Round Lake Park, III. 

(8471 546-4617 or 721-4617. 



MUST MOVE 1,000 
SCOTCH PINES, 10-ISft., 

$150 + spade fee, 

SOln. tree spade available. 

Country Cabin Orchard 

& Nursery. 

(B15) 338-3348. 



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Remodeling 



AFFORDABLE HOME 

SERVICES, INC. 

(BAT) 350-0282 

Interior-Exterior 

(See our ad In Direct Une). 

Carpentry, vinyl, windows 

and siding. 

DC TILE WE We Instsall ce- 
ramic, vinyl tile, Parquet, and 
Pergo floors. For free esti- 
mates call (847) 305-0777, 
pagsr (70S) 088-8504. 

JACK'S 

REMODELING 

*Basement Finishing 

* Family rooms & Officerooms 

. 'Electrical & Plumbing 

•Kitchens & Baths 

•Vinyl Replacement Windows 

•Soffit Fascia. 

FREE ESTIMATES 

(847) 546^3759. 



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Storage 



DRY STORAGE 
9,000sq.tt., secure, 

double dock. 

Central Lake County 

on major highway. 

Bill Schroeder Sr. 

(847) 223-8161. 




SHILOH PARK 

GOLF COURSE 

23rd St. & Bethesda Blvd., Zion 

9-HOLE 



Open to the Public 

Dawn to Dusk 



746-5502 



Orchard Hills 

Gulf Course 

38342 N, Green Bay Rd. 

Waukcgan, IL60087 

(847)336-5118 




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per person 
' include!! 
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(Based on 2 per cart.) 

OfTer valid:-Weckdays 7Am-3pmJ 

Weekends & Holidays After 1 :00 cm 

Call for reservations, 

Visit our other IVaukegan 

Park District Courses: 

Bonnie Bibok & Givenshire 



GOLF DIRECTORY 

The following courses arc listed in the Lakeland/ .Market 

Journal Golf Guide. For more information, 

contact courses directly. 

Antioch Golf Club 

Antioch, IL 

Contact: Steve .....(847)395-3004 

Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World 
Gurnee, IL 

Contact: Mike Howes .(847) 856-1229 

Bobby's Golf Center & Driving Range 
Gurnee, IL 

Contact: Bobby (847)549-6090/6091 

Heather Ridge Golf Course 
Gurnee, IL 

Contac!:Tm\ * .(847) 395-6010 

Orchard Hills Golf Course 
Waukegan, IL 

Contact: Kathy (847) 336-5118 

Renwood Country Club 

Round Lake Bcjach, IL , 

Contact: Diane Miller ..!.........:.. .(847)546-8242 

Rliinelander Area Golf Courses 
Rhinclander, Wi 

Contact: Chamber of Commerce (800) 236-4FUN 

Shiloh Park Golf Course 
Zion, IL 

Contact: Rich Walker (847) 746-5502 

Vernon Hills Golf Course 
Vernon Hills, IL 

Contact: Ron O'Brien (847)680-9310 

Willow Hill Golf Course 

Northbrook, IL 

Contact: Andrea Nugent (847)480-7888 




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1350 Willow Rood 
Northbrook Monday - Thursday 

(847)480-7888 



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DON'T THROW AWAY 
THAT OLD LAMP, 
BRING IT TO OUR 
LAMP DOCTORS 
FOR REPAIRS. 

WARREN ELECTRIC INC 

33261 N. HIGHWAY 45 

WILDWOOD, IL 60030 

(847)223-8691 




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Mulch & Top Soil 

Free Delivery 

Shredded Ha rdw— d....,, „ .:$15 co. yd. 

Shredded Blond Cedar $35 en. yd. 

Cypr en- .. - .. — , — .■■ - . - .. ,$ 5Q cu. yd. 



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SURE GREEN 
847-888-9999 




[INSTALLATIONS, INC. 

• Custom Remodeling 

• Basements • Kitchens 

• Baths • Stairs 

• Railings • Decks 

• Aluminum Vinyl 
& Wood Siding 

No Job Too Big or Small 

Free Estimates' 

847-356-1602 



Gylifi* 
• Aluminun; Cans 
, • All Other Scrap Metals 

Industrial Accounts Welcome 

Chicago Surplus 

11304 260th Avenue 
Trevor, Wl , 

Location; Trevor, Wl 1 mile west ol 63 & C Torn 

Norlh on 259".n St. wor lo loll 2 Bociis ' 

Mon. - Frl. 9am - 5pm 

Saturday 9am - 3pm 

Closed 12 - 1 for lunch 

(414) 862-251 7 : 





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LIGHTING FIXTURES & ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES • LAMPS • PADDLE FANS 

847-223-8691 

The showroom has been located in the Graystake area for over 
47 years. The family-run business has now expanded from pro- 
viding home lighting fixtures and electrical supplies to opening 
many, accessory line items, such as: mailboxes, decorative mir- 
rors, numerous lamp tines, home furnishings, etc... We have 
become your specialty lighting store with installations available 
upon request. We also offer lamp and lighting repairs. 

This year, on June 5th, our sidewalk sate, with fixtures starting 
as low as $5.00, will also be coordinated .with a free landscape 
lighting seminar. The showroom sale will start at 8:00 am and con- 
tinue till 4:00 pm. Our landscape seminar hosted by guest speak- 
er, Rick Maring, will begin promptly at 1:00 pm. Call ahead for 
reservations. 

There will be a slide presentation along . with a question and 
answer session. All landscape fixtures will be offered at half off the 
manufacturer's list price. 

Hope to see you soon! 



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$50.00 

Discount On Any Purchase Ol Air 
Conditioner, Furnace or Boiler 



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Spring cleaning Is a chore.... 
Let us tidy up for you I 

- We offer clearing: 
•Weekly •BkWeckly •Monthly 
•Special Occasions & Relocations 
Very Reasonable Rates . - Licensed, Insured, & Bonded 
FREE Estimates - References Available 

PRO-MAIDS 

Professional Cleaning Service • 

(847)514-6855 




Residential and 
Small Commercial : 




Let Us Protect Your Trees 

Services 

Deep Root Feeding 

Insect Disease Spraying 

Trunk injections for nutrient or 

micronutrient deficiencies 

Analysis of tree problems 

Turf &Tree, NI.D.I 
(847) 838-0469 



JZeie Online! 

wwwJake-onlIne.com 
15,000+ Visitors Per Month! 



www.tlieistudio.com 



The Istudio 

We Cater to Businesses 
New to the Internett 





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Includad with Evary Slta Wa Product: 

- Internet Martuntng Training - 

- Monthty WWW Marketing Ntwtlttttr - 

Free Hot Link In 

Lake Onllne-s Market Placet 



Web Sites & E -Stores 

Lake County's Only One Slop 

Web Shop Since WVSi 



847-395-9115 

391 Uh Strut Downtown Anttech 






CONTRACTORS ELECTRIC SERVtCEJNC. 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 
'Call Us For Fast Courteous Service" 

33265 N. Rte. 45 
• Wildwood, IL 60030 

(847) 223-4682 
k RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL 

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Complete Small Engine 
Repair Service 

,'■'• Tune-Ups • Repair 
• Overhaul 

Offering prompt, courteous service on 

your2-cycle or4-cyclc engine. 

Welding also available, 

S.LM.C.0. 

1425 N. Oak Ave., Round UkeDeaeh.IL 

847-740-3729 



DECKS PLUS 

CONSTRUCTION 




GENERAL CARPENTRY 

• Custom Decks 

•Porches * Room Additions 
•Basement Remodeling 
•Bathrooms - Kitchens 

•Custom Carpentry . 
•Improvements & Repairs! 
INSURED & BONDED 
KREE ESTIMATES 

(414) 8894442 

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THE SCOOP COMPANY 

Pet Clean-Up Service 

Weekly Service 
Affordable Rates 

847/548-4633 



{&» INTRODUCE 
YOUR BUSINESS ! 
TO THE WORLD! 

We offer complete Web Site 

design and hosting packages 

' for any size site. 

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(847) 223-8199 

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AFFORDABLE HOME 
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To Place 
Your Ad Here 

Call 

847-223-81611 



Don't throw away that 

old Water Treatment 

Equipment, TRADE or 

SELL for NEW. 

Call 

1-800-244-SOFT 



Over 34 year's of Quality service 

EXTERIOR 

Exterior Painting • Carpentry & Handyman 
• Vinyl Windows • Vinyl & Alum. Siding 
• Cedar Siding • Fascia & Soffit 

• Gutters & Downspouts 

• Rooting (new & repairs) 

• Lawn Care Service • Asphalt Driveways 



■INTERIOR 

Interior Painting • Drywallfng &■ Repairs 
• Carpeting • Ceramic Tile 

• All. Phases of Flooring 
Insulation • Heat and Air Conditioning 

• Duct Cleaning — videotaped 

• Carpentry & All Phases 

• Handyman 



MODERN 
LANDSCAPING, INC 

LAWN & GARDEN CARE 

DEPENDABLE SERVICE 
$g& REASONABLE PRICES 
%- FREE ESTIMATES 

$m*^ Call or- Fax 

^p?' 773-625-8961 

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Aerating and 

Thatching 

$ 50 for Average 
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HANDYMAN SERVICE 



Save money by using America's , 

largest handyman service. 
Insured; bonded, guaranteed. 

(847)726-1061 




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LANDSCAPING tNimSERYCO . 



" A Growing Reputation for 
Quality." 

WhoE^F* Reiail * Residential « Commercial 



■Trees ft Shrubs & Evergreens * Perennials 



i 1075 W. Wadsworth Rd. 
Beach Park, IL 60099 



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Houiei • Garages • Decks 

Interiors tl Exteriors 

Sponging * Rag Rolling » Feathering 



WOOD RESTORATION 

Strip, Sand, Stain & Varnish 

your wood to look beautiful 

again. 

847-244-2202 









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It seems like only yesterday they were off to kindergarten and now they're off to 
embrace the future! Share your pride and joy by placing a special tribute to your 
high school graduate. Send us your favorite childhood picture of the graduating 
senior, along with your personal message and we will include it in our June 11 
issue of Lakeland Newspaper s and June 15 issue o f The Market Journal 





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Brittney, Have fun in 

Florida! I am sure you'll 

be a great a great marine 

biologist. Love, 
Auntie Gail & Uncle Jerry 

the Price is $20 

Prepayment is required 
Deadline is June 7, 1 999 




Grace, Great job getting 

into Harvard! You worked 

hard to get there! You're 

still my little ham; Love, 

Mom 




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To have your photo returned you must 
include a self-addressed stamped 
_enyelopewJt|i yqta/braer. 



Lucas, Way to go! 
Don't forget to follow your' 
dreams! I love you very 
. much, Tina 

Please mail your picture to: 

Attn: Mike Nobler 

c/o Lakeland Publishers 

. 30 S.Whitney. St. 

Grayslake, IL. 60030 

or call 847-223-81 61 



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Miniature Village Dollhouses 

DOLLHOUSES 40% OFF 

DOLLS 50% OFF 
BARBIE-TWE DOLLHOUSES 

50% OvU 

1725 . 50th St" • Kenosha, Wi 

1-800-383-0188 . 
Mon-Sat 10am-5pm « Call first., 



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month's pet, antique or 

bridal directory, please call 
Jessica or Jan today! 

8if7-223-3200 



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jQmousine Sewice, Inc. | 

Luxurious, 
8-passenger limousines 

847/816-7474 



Photographer 



>icture perfect 

New Location 
406 Peterson RcL • Libcrtyvillc 

847/247-9555 



• Runs 



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WANTED TO BUV 

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1^14-877-2432 or 1 -800-628-9255 

•Free appraisal w/ purchase 



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Banquets 



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Clubhouse 

2800 N. Lewis Ave. Waukcgan 
Banquets for ail occasions 

847/3604732 



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847/244-2606 

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Sandals Specialist 

847/356-2000 ext 100 



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Wedding & Special Events 
Consultant & Coordinator 
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847/265-2032 



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Premier Homes from the $550s. 

A Botanical Garden setting with eight wooded horricsites 

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Classic Homes from the $27Qs, 
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Choose from 11 floor plans within 

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KATHCON DEVELOPMENT 

Estate Residences of Hidden Creek 
•595 Hidden Creek 
From $450,000 
(847) ,838-0130 

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KLM BUILDERS 

Woods of Antloch 
693 Wood Creek Dr. 
From; $189,900 
(847) 838-3838 

RYLAND HOMES 

Windmill Creek 
91 Rotterdam Dr. 
From: $148,990 
(847) 838-5618 



BARRINGTON HILLS 

LIFESTYLE HOMES 

72 Otis Road 
From: $500,000 
(847)381-3339 



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INTERLACKEH CONSTRUCTION 

Aster On Almond 
,17691 W.Stone Manor Ct. 
From: $257,900 
(847)362-5637 



DWG CORP. 

Saddlebrook Farms 
23000 W. Peterson Road 
From: $98,500 
(847) 223-6000 ) 



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BUSCHMAN HOMES 

Aberdare Estates 
. 353 St. Andrews Lane 
From: $450,000 
(847)265:0230 

BUSCHMAN HOMES 

Aberdare Estates 
400 ST. Andrews Lane 
From: $450,000 
(847) 265-0230 

CAMBRIDGE HOMES 

Timberwoods 
374 Old Walnut Circle 
From: $280,000 
(847) 548-6868 

HAWTHORN WOODS 

POLCON BUILDERS 

Countryside Glen 
One Reserve Dr. 
From: $500,000 
(847)970:9400 . 



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CHARLES A. BRAHOS 

DESIGNERS/BUILDERS LLC' 

Berkdale Estates 
163GCIoverdale 
From:' $2,595,000 
(847)831-5027 

FERRIS HOMES 

The Legacy Club 
2531 Augusta Way- 
From: $205,900 
(847) 266:7575 (Ext. 231) 



IVANHOE 

REESE CLASSIC RESIDENCES 

Vilias of Ivanhoe 
21915 N.Vernon Ridge Dr. 
From: $447,500 
(847) 550-1380 



EMPECOINC. 

Ivanhoe Estates 

21769 W.Varenon Ridge Dr. 

From: $649,000 

(847)566:1603 



FASSBINDER CONSTRUCTION INC. 

Ivanhoe Estates 
22256 W. Mashte Ct 
From: low $500's 
(847)223-0476 



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REESE CLASSIC RESIDENCES 

Ponds of Klldeer 
21829 W. Meadow Lark Dr. 
From: $585,000 
.(847)550-1380 

LAKE FOREST ............ 9 

CARROLL HOMES 
Park Lane 
970 W. Symphony 
From: $549,000 
(847) 234-9988 

CARROLL HOMES 

Andover Village 
861 W. Tlsbury 
From: $718,000 
(847) 234-2288 

ACADEMY WOODS 

Academy Woods 
1685 Cornell Court 
From: $549,000 
(847) 735-1800 

CORELY COMMUNITIES INC. 

The Courts At Conway Farms 
680 S. Eaton Court 
From: $495,000 
(847)482-1400 

PESHAK PROPERTIES 

Lucky Lake Estates 
13645 Lucky Lake Drive 
From: $1,000,000 
(847) 362-2358 . 



WILLIAM RYAN HOMES 

Lakemoor Farms 
28610 Honeysuckle Ct. 
From: $151 ,950 
(847) 759-9508 ■ 

BURNSIDE HOMES 

Lakemoor Farms 
28940 Bayberry Court 
From: $120,900 
815-344-7992 



CENTEX HOMES 

Valley Lakes Groves 
2001 Sparrow Circle 
From: $175,990 
(847)740-4900 '. 



ROUND LAKE BEACH ... 16 

LAKEWOOD HOMES INC. 

Lakewood Hills 
1143 E. Fox Chase Dr. 
From: $119,990 
(847)543-4900 



7 LAKE VILLA .....11 

FIVE STAR HOME BUILDERS INC. 

North Shore On Deep Lake 
714 Spring Farm Road 
From: $238,900 
(847)265-7800 



CENTEX HOMES 

Painted Lakes Townhomes 
754 Benton Road 
From: $99,990 
(847) 838-9063 



BUSCHMAN HOMES 

Cedar Crossing 
HaiVipton Drive, 
; Frorn: $149,900 " 
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UNDENHURST ... 

WILLIAM RYAN HOMES 

Forest Trail 
.3190 Haven Lane 
From: $216,990 
(847)356-5238 



WESTFIELD HOMES 

Country Place 
434 Rosewood Crossing 
From: $186,990 
(847)' 356-721 5 



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LONG GROVE ........ 13 

INSIGNIA HOMES LLC 
Insignia Green 
RFD Cripple Creek Dr. 
From: $311,990 
(847) 837-1480 



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HUNT CLUB BUILDERS LLC 

Hunt Club Estates 
5410 Grouse Rd. 
From: $230,000 
815-678-6114 

ROUND LAKE ........... .15 

CENTEX HOMES 

Valley Lakes 
2001 Sparrow Circle 
From: $139,990 
(847)740-4900 • 



LAKEWOOD HOMES INC. 

Lakewood Hills 
1129 E. Fox Chase Dr. 
From: $119,990 
(847) 543-4900 



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REALEN HOMES DEVELOPMENT INC. 

Pine Valley at Gregg's Landing 
351 W. Baltimore Dr. 
From: $349,900 • 
(847) 362-2323 



ZALE HOMES 

Inverness 

2042 Inverness Drive 
.Frorn;,$3is,9Q0 
(,847) 382-4499 



Cypress Points at Gregg's Landing 
401 Camargo Ct. 
From:$400"s 
(847)362-1122 

CENTURY DEVELOPMENT GROUP INC. 

Sarah's Glen 
1135W.Rt.45 
From: $245,000 
(847) 808-2100 ' • 



GIRMSCHE1D BUILDERS 

Gregg's Landing 
1711 Pebble Beach Way 
From: $600,000 
(847) 367-5258' 



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KENNETH JAMES BUILDERS 

Oak Grove 

324 Oak Grove Circle 
From: $191,900 
(847) 487-0800 



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Sunset Ridge 
1707 Sunshine Lane 
From: $137,900 
(847)731-2007 

NORTH SHORE DEVELOPMENT 

Harbor Ridge Venture 
3611 Harbor Ridge Dr. 
From: $119,990 
(847)872-9800 



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of Living... 

You've worked hard for what you've achieved. Fortunately, your 
reward awaits you at the Asters On Almond. Filled with all the 
amenities you'd expect in a luxury home (and then some), the Asters 
come without the burden of* maintenance and upkeep. From the 
vaulted ceilings down to the walk-out basements, every detail of 
these exquisite townhomes exhibits the highest level of 
craftsmanship and award-winning style. 

Nesded around. a 75-acrc nature conservancy, you'll be separated 
from the rest of the world by a sweeping vista of open space. While 
conveniendy located 5 minutes from the train station, downtown 
Libcrtyvillc, and 1-294, this unique parcel of land makes it feel like 
you're miles away from the nearest hassle. 

With details like these inside and out, we wouldn't be surprised if 
the Asters forever change your perception of a townhome. 
Experience a better way of living at the Asters On Almond. 

ATVAED WINNING DESIGN: 

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VICTORIAN SECRET 

Traditional in its styling, our Victorian Secret boasts all the amenities 
expected by a discriminating buyer. Guests are welcomed with an 
oversized marble foyer with designer fixtures. The spectacular Living 
Room is well suited for formal gatherings and entertainment 
requirements. Our first floor library/study features spectacular ceiling 
treatments. Hardwood flooring leads to the gourmet kitchenTeaturihg 
Jenn-Air appliances and fine custom cabinetry. The dining room is only 
steps away. The second floor master suite features a private sitting room 
adjacent to a screened 3-season room which affords a spectacular vista of 
the nature preserve. Luxurious Master Bath features his/hers vanities, 
dual walk-in closets and a private whirlpool. Three additional bedrooms' 
are generously sized. Full 9' English basement and a 3-car garage. 



Directions: 

1-94 North to Rt. 173, 

West to Deep Luke Road, 

North 1/4 mile to Hidden Creek Entrance. 



VICTORIAN SECRET 
595 Hidden Creek Drive 
Antloch 

Model price: $489,900 
Estate Residences 
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Homes from: $450,000 
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LINDEN 

The Linden is a quaint 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with views of a 
vaulted ceiling in the great room from the open foyer, open formal 
dining area, tray ceiling in the master suite, while the 2 guest 
bedrooms and bath are on the opposite side of the houscfor your 
privacy, 9 ft. ceilings thru out the house as well as the full basement 
and a 2 1/2 car garage are standard in this model. Starting at $200,900 
thru $205,900 at 1,707 Square Feet. 



Directions: 

1-94 North to Rt. 173, 

West-past Rt. 59 to Tiffany Rd, 

North 1/2 mile to "Woods of Antloch". 



LINDEN 

693 Wood Creek Drive 
Antioch 

Model price: $249,900 
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Homes from: $189,900 
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RYLAND HOMES 

SAVANNAH 

An impressive two-story entry foyer with decorative plant shelf and 
graceful staircase welcomes you to the elegant four-bedroom 
Savannah design. Highlighted by an elegant living room and formal 
dining robm as well as large family room, kitchen and breakfast room, 
the Savannah is ideally suited to formal and informal gatherings. 
Upstairs; clouble doors open to the dramatic master bedroom suite, 
which is zoned for privacy and features I 'a private i master bath and large 
walk-in closet Three additional bedrooms served by a full hall bath 
and second floor laundry complete this impressive home. 



Lifestyle Homes by John G. Howard, Inc. 
HOSPITALITY 

Expressed in distinctive classical styling, this elegant home offers, 
the warmth of tradition combined with modem convenience on five 
acres of countryside property in Barrington Hills. Superior 
craftsmanship; attention to detail, plus quality materials and 
construction make this a home to cherish today and for a lifetime. 
•"Hospitality" features formal living and dining rooms, a gracious 
family room with a cathedral ceiling and firelplace flowing into a 
warm country kitchen, a library with cherry wood cabinetry, a 
spacious master suite containing a luxurious bath and walk-in closet, 
three additional bedrooms, plus two more full baths and a bonus room. 



Directions; 

1-94 to Route 173, go West to Deep Lake Road, turn 

North to Depot Street, turn west to Sales Center. 



SAVANNAH 
91 Rotterdam Dr. 
Antioch 

Model price; $170,999 
Windmill Creek . 
Homes from $148,990 
847-838-5618 



Directions: 

Route 59 to Main Street 
(Lake-Cook Road/County Line. Road), 
west approximately 3 miles to B tinker Road 
(South) to stop sign at Otis Road. 7km teft and 
proceed to 72 Otis Road on north side of Otis." 



HOSPITALITY 
72 Otis Road 
Barringtom Hills 
Model price: $l.O69.Q0O 
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been enjoying affordable, low-maintenance living, and , 

amenities like gardening, fishing, boating and walking-all 

in a scenic setting amid rolling hills, nature preserves and 

shimmering lakes. And the exciting new home designs offer 

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SANDPIPER 



The Sandpiper is highlighted with a first floor master bedroom, 
separate dining room and a generous 20 x 16 great room with vaulted 
ceiling and fireplace. There is a private deck off the great room. The 
second level has two bedrooms and a large loft area. Air conditioning 
and 2 car garage are included. 



Directions: 

Milwaukee North to Ri. 120, West to Hunt Club, 

North to Cages Lake Road, West to Almond, South 

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SANDPIPER 

17691 W. Stone Manor Ct. 
Grayslake 

Model price-. $425,000 
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Homes from: $257,900 

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DWG CORPORATION 

FOXGLOVE 

The Foxglove is a 1,575 square-foot ranch home with an attached 
garage and front porch. It has two bedrooms, two baths and a den that 
can serve as a third bedroom. There is a breakfast nook in the kitchen 
as well as a formal dining area. The living room opens through patio 
doors to an optional three-season room. For privacy, an alcove 
separates the spacious master bedroom suite from the living area. 
Standard features include 9* ceilings, oversized windows, air- 
conditioning, and extensive landscaping. Bay windows, tray ceilings, 
hardwood floors and built-in bookcases are available options as are 
fireplaces and screened decks. 



Directions: 

1-94 to 137 west, Smiles to Peterson Rd. exit, then 
4 miles to entrance. 



FOXGLOVE 

23000 West Peterson Road 

Grayslake 

Model price: $17JJOO 

Saddlebrook Farms 

Homes from: $98,500 

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master suite on the first floor. The drama of this four-bedroom three 
and-a-half bath, two car garage home is heightened with'^ vaulted* 
tamily room ceiling, two story foyer arid secluded den. 



Directions: 

Route J 32 (Grand Avenue) west to Almond Road, 
South on Almond to Aberdare Lane, East on - 
Aberdare Lane to St. Andrews, right on St, Andrews 
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"NANTUCKET" 

400 St. Andrews Lane 
Gurnee 

Model price:. $459,000 
Aberdare Estates 
, Homes from: $450,000' 
847-265-0230 




BUSCHMAN HOMES 

HAWTHORN 

Two Story home with 1,765 square feet of living space 
including 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, kitchen with breakfast 
area, family room,fprmal living room as well as a formal 
dining .room and two car attached garage. 



Directions: 

Grand Avenue (Rt. 132) West to Route S3, 
South on Route 83 approximately 3/4 mile 
to Hampton Drive (left turn into community 
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THE MAPLE 

This beautiful 3,036 square foot home features 4 bedrooms, 2'/i baths, 
an island kitchen with double oven, 2 pantries, breakfast area, formal 
living/dining room, 2-story foyer and family room, dual walk-in 
closets in master bedroom, deluxe master bath, with soaking tub and a 
den on the 1st floor. TAvo-car garage with tandem or available game- 
room, basement. 



Directions: 

Take the Tri-Statc Tollway (1-94) to Rt. 
exit west to Hunt Club Road,- ■ 
turn north to Washington Street, 
turn left to entrance. 



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374 Old Walnut Circle 

Gurnet 

Model price: $342,890 

Timdenvoods 

Honies from: $280,000 

847-548-6868 



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Single family homes 

•Single family homes with oversized 3, 4 t 
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•Great family neighborhood 
•Minutes from Gumee M ills, exceptional 
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•Priced from the $190's 

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•Attached 2-car garages 
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•New models from the mid $140's 

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•Well established Cumberland neighborhood 
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WEYBRIDGE ESTATE 

WEYBRIDGE ESTATE offers over 4,300 sq. ft. of exquisite living 
space, plus english basement with masonry fireplace. This elegant 
home features four large bedrooms, 3.5 luxurious baths, zoned HVAC 
and heated four-car garage. The gourmet kitchen is focused to take 
advantage of the magnificent view of the lake. Vaulted ceilings of 
varied heights add interest to each room. The exquisite second floor ' 
master suite offers relaxing views of nature preserve and the lake. The 
unique master bathroom with centered whirlpool outlined by Roman 
columns, separate his and hers vanities, marble floors, makeup desk, 
double shower and bidet has definite European flavor. 



Directions: L 

Rt. 83 to Gilmer, 

NW to Hawlcy, SW comer. 



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One Reserve DR. ■ 
Hawthorn Woods 
Model price: $599,900 
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Homes from; $500,000 
847-970-9400 



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1 Grand Opening! Amid 52 acres of parks and ponds 
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floor master suites. Private carriageways, garagesat rear. 
Tour bur spectacular, model. $540s to the $580s. On" 
Waukcgan Rd. (Rt. 43), 2 miles north of Kennedy Rd. 
(Rt. 60). Open daily, 10-5. (847) 234-9988. " 

Andover Village 

Choice locations remain in this popular community of 

classic estate homes in a secluded setting, reminiscent 

of New England. $7IOs to the$770s. Located on 

Town Line Rd. (Rt. 60)] between Skokie Hwy.. (Rt,41) 

and Waukegan Rd. (Rt. 43). . (847) 234-2288. 

Adler's Glen 

Presenting a community of twelve builder-ready 

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meadow or pond views/the privacy of a cul-de-sac. 

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• 2- & 3-car garage standard per plan 

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(847) 356-5238 

!-94 to Grand Ave. (Re. 132) west to Ri/45. 

nonh 2- 1/2 miles to community's entrance. 



The Estates 
of Somerfield 

in Bolingbrook from the $180s 

* Ranch & 2-story plans available 

• 2- & 3-car garage standard per plan . 

• 3 - 4 bedrooms • 1.5 • 2.5 baths 

(630) 679-9300 

1-55 to Wxi Road, north to 119th, 
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In Lake Villa fromihe $170s 

* Ranch ex^'Hory plans ; available 

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'".*J, 4 cV 5 bedrooms • 2.5 - 3 baths 

(847)265-6350 . 

1-94 north to Rt. 1 32 west, to Cedar bite Rd, 
left to community's entrance. 



Lakeside at 
Meadowbrook 

lake in the Hills from the $14Qs , 

• Ranch & 2-story plans available 

• 1 car garage standard per plan 

• 3 6t 4 bedrooms "• 1.5 > 2.5 baths 

(847)669-8050 

- 1-90 west to Randall Rd-nonh, 

to Algonquin Rd. west, to takewood R.J. nwh, 
to Miller RJ. west, to sales center. 



Lakemoof Farms 

in Lakemoor from the $140s 

• Bonds & open space 

• Park within community 

' • Recreational amenities nearby 

* 3 &4 bedrooms • Water views available 

(815) 759-9508 

Rt. 1 2 to Rt. 120 west, approximately 
2 miles to sales center 



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(847). 395-1 145, 

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Charles A. Brahos Designers/Builders llc. 
BERKDALE MANSION 

This 7,000+ square foot Tudor is adorn with Quality Construction 
and Awesome Interior Design. Enter upon a vaulted limestone and 
marble foyer. There are 15 rooms, 5 bedrooms, 5 1/2 baths, five 
masonry fireplaces, entertainment room and 3rd floor loft, oversized 
Honduras doors w/3+ car garage and 3,300 ft. lower level. The 
Cathedral Living room has a 23 foot limestone fireplace. Private study 
w/Paladian windows and fireplace. The Dream Kitchen includes a 
keeping room w/fireplace. Custom Cabinets include woodcarvings 
with raised panels. Gleaming granite counters, stainless/brass Viking 
stove with matching Abbaka architectural hood and Bouvet hardware. 
Truly an architectural masterpiece. 




FerrisHomes 
THESAWGRASS 

Ferris' fully furnished model at The Legacy Club, The Sawgrass, 
features 2, 198 square feet of living space with 9' ceilings, two 
bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large eat-in kitchen with an island 
counter and a living/dining room. The unit boasts an extra large 
laundry room and is equipped with a utility sink. The Sawgrass unit 
features a master bedroom with a three way view and a large walk-in 
closet. The second bedroom also features a large walk-in closet. The 
master bath includes an oversized soaking tub and separate shower 
with full floor to ceiling ceramictile, Brookhaven by Woodmode 
furniture quality cabinetry and Corian countertops with integral bowls. 



Directions: 

Half Day Road West ofEdens 
(Rt. 41) to Rtdae Road, South to 
Berkeley Road, East to 
Cloverdale Ave., turn North. 

Second lot on N. W. Corner or 
Cloverdale & Berkeley Rd. 



BERKDALE MANSION 

1630 Cloverdale Ave, 
Highland Park 

Model price: $2,595,000 
Berkdale Subdivision 
Homes from: $1,275,000 
847-831-5027 



Directions: 

1-94 (Edens Expressway) north to Route 41 north; 
east on route 22 (Half Day Road); right on 
Augusta Way to Model, 



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2531 Augusta Way 
Highland Park 

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THORNGATE 

Reese Classic Residences, Inc. is offering the following packages as 
well as options for our golf villas overlooking the beautiful Ivanhoe 
Estates golf course. Each custom villa has an English or walk-out 
basement with rear, facing Eastern/Southern exposures on the 5th and 
6th fairways. Each villa includes a minimum two-car garage, cedar 
deck, professional landscaping, lawn sprinkler system, brick and cedar 
exterior, cedaV shake roof and the luxuries of agated and maintenance 
free community. These spacious units are built to Reese Classic's 
Architectural Series Specifications with additional features as shown. 




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EMPECO, Inc. 

THE SPENCER 

The 4,000 square-foot Spencer is best described as a sophisticated 
country cottage designed to 'compliment the natural topography of the 
golf course setting. This folly furnished model, with 4 bedrooms 
(master down), 3 1/2 baths, showcases a dramatic two-story great 
room and a spacious library with a unique knotty-pine faux paint. 
Light maple kitchen cabinets with solid surface and granite counters 
and the circular stair in the foyer leading up to a "Juliet" balcony 
overlooking the family room to the 3 piece crown moldings and 
marble master bath, this home showcases Empeco, Inc's attention to 
detail. 



Directions: 

Rt. 60 to Ivanhoe.- left into subdivision (gate is 
motion sensor, wilt go up) right, past gate house-left 
at stop sign, first building at left (left unit). 



THORNGATE 

21915 N. Vernon Ridge Dr. 

Ivanhoe 

Model price: $488,255 

Villas of Ivanhoe 

Homes from: $447,500 

847-550-1380 



Directions: 

Tri-state Toll way (1-294) to Rt. 60 exit. Go west 
approximately 10 miles to entrance of Ivanhoe 
Estates (one mile past Rhl76). Follow Empeco, Inc. 
open house signs to model- 



THE SPENCER 

21769 W. Vernon Ridge Dr. 

Ivanhoe. 

Model price: $749,000 

' Ivanhoe Estates . 

Homes from: $649,000 

847~566.I603- 



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ANDOVER 

This is the home you do not want to miss! The builder has spared no 
expense from the lime stone entry expanding into the dining room, kitchen and 
breakfast area, to the custom maple cabinets and granite countertops with 
restaurant type state of the art kitchen appliances. One would have to be . 
impressed with the attention to detail from the brick and stone fireplace to the 
custom milled staircase that makes a statement from the moment you enter the 
home. The all brick and stone exterior says you have arrived and the spacious 
deck overlooking the golf course pond and fairway says you know how to 
enjoy life. A'finished walkout basement that features a fireplace, family room, 
bedroom and full bathroom adds a whole new dimension to one who has a need 
for "space". This home is ready today for the new millennium. 



Directions: 

Route 60 and 83, .1/2 mile west of 83 on 60 to gated 
entrance, upon entry mm right (west). on Saunders 
Road to Vernon Ridge Drive (follow west) to 
Mashie Court. 



ANDOVER 

22256 W, Mashie Court 

Ivanhoe 

Model price: $629,900 ; 

Ivanhoe Estates 

Homes from: low $500,00's 

847-223-0476 



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ESSEX 

Reese Classic Residences, Inc. is proud .to present our new "Essex" 
model, located in the peaceful Ponds of Kildeer. The Essex was 
designed with unique and natural materials to provide a timeless 
affect. The Essex, a 4,150 square foot home with an additional 1,580 
square foot finished walk-out basement area, features four bedrooms 
and three full and two half baths. This home represents a unique 
opportunity for home buyers who appreciate outstanding architecture, 
demand high quality materials and desire the finest craftsmanship and 
creativity. 




CarrollHomes 
BERKSHIRE 

Distinctive design and architecture, situated amid 52 acres of scenic 
park land provides the setting for 34 low-maintenance single-family 
estate homes. The homes range from 2,510 to 2,968 sq. ft. Several 
elevations feature 1 st floor master suites. Park Lane offers full 
basements and two and three-car garages accessed from private ; 
carriage ways in the Neo-traditional style. Tour oiir elegantly 
decorated model. Homes are priced from the $540's to the $580's". 



Directions: 

Quentin & E. Cuba Road. Right on East Cuba to 
Ponds of Kildeer, Right into subdivision, second 
house on left. 



ESSEX 

21829 W. Meadow Lark Dr. 
Kildeer 

Model price: $879,000 
Ponds of Kildeer 
Homes from: $S8S,000 
847-550-1380 



Directions: 

From 1-94 exit Townline Rd. (Rt. 60) east to 
Waukegan Rd. (Rt. 43), North to Carroll Rd. 
Right to model. 



BERKSHIRE 

970 W. Symphony 

Lake Forest 

Park Lane 

Homes from: $549,000 

847-234-9988 



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Carroll Homes 
BEDFORD 

This exclusive enclave of 19 luxury single-family homes offers 
three distinct plan types that are reminiscent of a classical New 
England village. The architecture favors Colonial, Georgian, Gape 
Cod and Saltbox traditions for these estate homes. In this popular 
picturesque community, Andover Village's choice one-acre plus sites 
offer privacy, tree-lined streets, a serene pond along with views of 
wooded open space. The homes range from 3,100 to 3,500 square feet 
and prices range from $7 10,000 to the $770 , s. 




Academy Woods Ltd 

COLUMBIA 

The Columbia is a maintenance free, traditional 2 T story, 10 room 
home. The two story entry opens into a fabulous family room with a 
cathedral ceiling and a wood-burning fireplace. There is hardwood 
flooring in both the family room and the formal dining room. The 
family room flows into the delightful breakfast area with wonderful 
views of the deeply wooded site. The kitchen has cherry cabinets and 
Corian countertops. A separate living room and library both feature 9' 
ceilings. The master bedroom is also conveniently located on the 1st 
floor with a deluxe master bath. A wonderful loft, 2 bedrooms; full 
bath and bonus room complete the second floor. 



Directions: 

1-294 North, exit Rt. 60 (Townline-Rd.), East past 
Rt. 43 (Waukegan Rd.) to first street on left 
(Suffolk), proceed to model. 



BEDFORD 

861 IV, Tisbttry 
Ijtke. Forest 

Mode! price: $780,000 
Andover Village 
Homes from: $718,000 
847-234-2288 



Directions: , 

1-94, Rt, 43 or Rt. 41 to RupO/Town Line Rd.; 
3/4 mile east of 1-94 (3/4 of a mile west ofRt. 43); 
North 3/4 mile on Academy Road, 
then right to Cornell Court. 



COLUMBIA 

1685 Cornell Court 
Lake Forest 
Model price: $659,000 
Academy Woods 
Homes from: $549,000 
847-735-1800 



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THE COVINGTON 

The Covington, designed in the English country style, is a 
maintenance-free home at The Courts at Conway Farms in the desirable 
Conway Farms private golf course community. Featuring 3 bedrooms 
and 2 1/2 baths, the Covington has a magnificent two-story entry 
opening to a formal dining room. Straight ahead is a spacious living 
room with a large box bay window. Perfect for entertaining, the living 
room flows into the huge 21* x 14' great room crowned with a soaring 
tray ceiling. The gourmet kitchen has a center island, pantry, desk and a 
sunny morning room. An elegant library features a gracious bay window, 
while the first floor master bedroom opens into a luxurious bathroom. 
On the second floor, bedrooms 2 and 3 have an adjoining full bathroom. 



Directions: 

Enter Conway Farms from either Rt. 60 (Kennedy 
Rd.) or Everett Rd. 1/2 mile west ofRt. 43 
(Waukegan Rd.). 1/4 mile east of 1-94 exit Rl. 60 
east. Proceed to The Courts at Conway Farms 
models sales center on Conway Farms Drive. 



COVINGTON 

680 S. Eaton Court 

Lake Forest 

Model price: $586,000 

The Courts at Conway Farms 

Homes from: $495,000 

847-482-1400 




Peshak Properties 
LOT #8 

Breathtaking 5,000 sq. ft. stone and brick, waterfront home under 
construction includes 4 bedrooms, first floor Master Suite, a Great Room, 
2 fireplaces, vaulted foyer, cherry wood Library, 4-car garage, drive-thru 
portico, private beach and many amenities. Lucky Lake Estates is an 
established gated community of 16 one-acre waterfront arid wooded lots. 
Included with the ownership of each lot are 23 acres of community property 
controlled by a Homeowners Association and protective by-laws and 
covenants. The community property includes a park, picnic pavilion, tennis 
court, 10-acre lake with private beach and a surrounding nature trail. The 
property issurrounded by a 480-acre tract of Forest Preserve that will insure 
seclusion. Four homes are presently occupied and two are under 
construction. 



Directions: 

1-94 to Rt. 60; West 1/4 mile to Bradley Rd; 

North 1.9 miles to Lucky Lake Drive. 



LOT08 

13645 Lucky Lake Drive 

Lake Forest 

Model price: $1,200,000 

Lucky Lake Estates 

Homes from: $1,000,000 

Call 847-362-2358 




Burnside Homes 
LAKELAND 

This 1,331 square foot, two-story home offers every convenience a 
family would need*This model includes 2 bedrooms, 154 baths and a 
large loft, perfect for an office or play area. With a large living room, 
dining room and kitchen, this home is perfect for a first time home 
buyer. The Lakeland is a model any family can proudly call home. 




William Ryan Homes 
WILLIAMSBURG 

The Williamsburg is a traditional 2-story home featuring 
4 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths. A dramatic 2-story foyer with plant shelf 
leads to the formal living and dining room. The comfortable kitchen 
adjacent to the spacious family room includes an island, pantry and 
eating area. The master suite includes a large, walk-in closet and 
luxury bath. The 3 secondary bedrooms are served by a full bath. The 
Williamsburg includes a 2-car garage and basement Optional features 
includes a morning room, vaulted ceilings and fireplace. 



Directions: 

Route 12 North to Route 120, West one mile 
to Darrel Road, Right to Bayberry Ct. and 
models. 



LAKELAND 

289400 Bayberry Court 
Lakemoor . 
Model price: $160,750 
Lakemoor Farms 
Homes from: $120,900 
Call 815-344-7992 



Directions: 
Rt. 12 north to Rt. 120, 
West approximately 
2 Miles to Sales Center 



WILLIAMSBURG 

28810 Honeysuckle Ct. 

Lakemoor 

Model price: $289,456 

Lakemoor Farms 

Homes from: $151,950 

815-759-9508 



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Five Star Home Builders, Inc. 
WELLINGTON 

Stunning two-story home with brick and dryvit face features two- 
story grand foyer and volume ceilings throughout first floor. 
Enormous kitchen complete with island and large, bright breakfast 
area with bay window and desk. Step down into the huge family room 
with great windows and stone fireplace. Large formal living and ; 
dining rooms in addition to private first floor study. Immense master 
suite with private sitting room (or fourth bedroom) and see-through 
fireplace. Master bath whirlpool and separate shower. -Huge master 
walk-in closet. Two more spacious bedrooms with an abundance of 
closet space and adjacent privatized hall bath. 




Centex Homes 
THE OAK 

The Oak is a two-story townhome with 2 bedrooms, a spacious loft, 
1.5 .baths and a two-car garage. The two-story foyer opens to a 
generous living area which is nicely separated from the formal dining 
room. The second floor has a convenient laundry area and both , 
bedrooms have walk-in closets. The Oak is available with 3 bedrooms, 
2.5 baths and a walkout basement. Painted Lakes offers private 
homesites with wooded prairie views as well as many cul-de-sac 
locations. 



Directions: 

1-94 North to Grand Ave. (Rt. 132). East to Deep 
Lake Road, North to site. 



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714 Spring Farm Road 

Lake Villa 

Model price; $3 19,000 

North Shore On Deep Lake 

Homes from: $238,900 

847-265-7800 



Directions; 

Rt. 132 to Deep Lake Rd.r 

North 3 miles to models.-* 



THE OAK 

754 Benton Road 
LakeVUla ' 
Model price: $129,990 
Painted Lakes Townhomes 
Homes from: $99,990 
Call 847-838-9063 



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Buschman Homes 
RICHLAND 

The Richland is a stately two-story, four bedroom home with 3 1/2 
baths. The regal design of this home is graced with a two-story foyer, 
first floor library, beautiful kitchen with eat-in breakfast area and 
fireplace, master suite with fireplace and balcony. Four car attached 
garage, 



Directions: 

Route 132 (Grand Ave.) west to Almond Road, 
South on Almond Road ioAberdare Lane, East on 
Aberdare Lane to St, Andrews Lane, left on St. . 
Andmvs Lane. 



"RICHLAND" 

353 St. Aiulrews Lane 

Gurnee 

Model price: $745,000 

Aberdare Estates 

Homes from: $450,000 

847-265-0230 (Corporate Office) 



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Will the house you build increase in value? 

What are your finance options? 

What is a fair price for a certain home and options? 

To consult with an expert on New Construction, 

call Jeff Ohm of Premier Realty Group, Inc. 

A professional who will work on your behalf to insure 

you receive the best deal in the marketplace. 

Homesites available from $60,000 to over $300,000 
in communities from Antioch to Lincolnshire. 

Call today for more information. 



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MORGAN 

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The Morgan is an elegant 2-story home featuring 4 bedrooms and 
2 1/2 baths, 9 foot first floor ceilings and 3-car tandem garage. The 
2-story foyer leads to formal living and dining rooms. The spacious 
family room boasts a soaring two story ceiling accented by dramatic 
windows. The gourmet style kitchen is complete with island, eating 
area and large pantry. Access to the private master suite and luxury 
bath is served by a rear staircase. Three additional bedrooms and full 
bath complete the second level. Options in the Morgan include a den 
or in-law suite with full bath, morning room or four car garage. 




Westfield Homes 
WINCHESTER 

The Winchester is one of the new single-family designs by Westfield 
Homes in the Woodland Series at Country Place in Lindenhursti The 
model is shown with the optional extended family room. The home 
features 4 bedrooms, DA baths, dual staircase with oak railing, 
fireplace, walk-in closet in master and deluxe master bath that includes 
a soaking tub and separate shower. 






Directions: 
1-94 North ot Rt. 132, 
West to Rt. 45, 
North approlmatety 
2 Miles to Sates Center 



MORGAN 

3190 Haven Lane 

Lindenhurst 

Model mice; $350,738 

Forest Trail 

Homes from: $216,990 

847-356-5238 










Lakewood Hills 
in Round Lake Beach 

Models Grand Opening! 

Two collections of single-family 
homes in a spectacular lake County 

setting, with woodland views. 
Grayslake Schools. Grand Opening 

prices from $ 1 19,990. Just off 

Rt. 83, 1 mile north of Rollins Rd. 

Open daily, 10 to 5. 

(847) 543-4900. 

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Directions: 

1-94 to Rt. 132, exit west to Rt. 45, north to Sand 

Lake Road, then left 1/2 mile to models. 



WINCHESTER 

434 Rosewood Crossing 
Lindenhurst 
Modelprice: $230,000 
Country Place 
Homes from: $186,990 
847-356-7215 




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Insingia Homes, LLC 
THEWATERFORD 

The Waicrford is a spectacular Country Frcnch-sylc, 2-story home featuring 3,57 1 sq. ft, 
of living space with 4 bedrooms and 3 .5 baths. When entering the home you will find the two- 
story foyer leading into a rotunda with art niches and a double staircase. The 1st floor contains 
a separate living and dining room, separate library and sun room, family room, large 
kitchen/breakfast area with a butler pantry and laundry/mud room off the optional 3 car side - 
toad garage. When arriving on the second floor, the Upper rotunda which goes off into 3 
secondary bedrooms, two with a combined Jack and Jill bath and one with its own full bath. 
The luxurious master suite contains a large master bath area with an oversized bath, separate 
shower, enormous walk-in closet and separate safe room. Insignia Green is offering, for the 
1st time in Long Grove, quarter to half acre sites with public water and sewer. Amenities 
consist of 50% open space with mature oaks and maples, a bike and walking path that runs 2 
miles through the community and the conservancy area, a Village Green featuring a gazebo 
. and even a baseball diamond. Walk-out and English basements are available. Ask about our 
other locations in Highland Park and Palatine. 



Directions; , 

Rt. 83 north past Half Day Rd.fRt. 22), to Gilmer 
Rd., West 3 Iflmttes to Midlothian Rd, turn right 
1/2 mile to Sales Center. 



THEWATERFORD 

8000 Cripple Creek Dr. 
Long Grove 
Model price: $412,990 
Insgnia Greens 
Homes from: $311,990 
847-837-1480 . 



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ASPEN 

The Aspen is a gracious home with its 9 foot ceilings, two ample 
bedrooms and.a study or third bedroom, full bath, first floor laundry, 
kitchen, great room, 2 car garage and basement. The open kitchen 
features a breakfast bar ideal for a quick bite or entertaining. The great 
room can be further enhanced by an optional vault that extends 
through to the kitchen and creates a dazzling effect complete with 
plant shelyes. Garden and walkout basement sites are currently 
available in this extraordinary neighborhood. The community is being 
developed first class with extreme attention to details. ■ 



Directions: 

Rt. 120 to Fairfield;, 
north to Nippersink; 
West to sale center. 



■ASPEN 

2001 Sparrow Circle 
RounaLake 

Model price: $141,900 
Valley Lakes Arbors 
Homes from: $139,990 
847-740-4900 



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CLASSIC 

The Classic is a 2,728 square foot full masonry home with 4 
bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms with a beautiful breakfast room, octagon 
sitting room off master bedroom and Cedar sun porch. Amenities in 
this fully customized home include oak hardwood floors on first floor, 
ceramic tile baths, masonry fireplace with log lighter. Marvin 
windows, upgraded millwork package, custom millmade stair by 
Adams Stair Works, custom lighting package, solid surface kitchen 
countertops, steam shower in master bath, central air, vac, intercom, 
prewired forphone/TV/compunter network, landscaped with mature 
trees and much, much more. ' 



Directions: .': ■ 

From corner ofRt. 173 & RKJ2, Go North on 
Rt.'12, 1/2 mile to Hunt Club Estates Subdivision 
on Right. Follow signs to model 



CLASSIC 

5410GrvuseRd 

Richmond 

Model price: $358,000 

Hunt Club Estates 

Homes from: $230,000 

815-678-6114 



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Chicagoland's finest private golf course communities. Reese Classic 
is offering custom golf villas starting at 3,278 square feet with 
numerous options and upgrades available to choose from. Golf 
Villas start at $447,500. 

Villas are located in Ivanhoe Estates, one mile West of Route 176 
on Route 83 in Ivanhoe. Please contact Reese Classic Residences at 
847/5504380 for more information. 



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CYPRESS 

The Cypress is a four bedroom, 2.5 bath home with a dramatic two 
story foyer creating a stunning entrance. A formal living room and 
dining room flank the front entry. The oversized kitchen is complete 
with a corner sink, pantry and center island that opens to a huge family 
room that would delight any inspired cook or entertainer. The luxury 
master bath is perfect for those in need of pampering with its corner 
soaker tub, double bowl vanity, separate shower and walk-in closet. A 
second floor laundry, two car garage, basement and 9 foot first floor 
ceilings complete a perfect picture. 




Lakewood Homes, Inc. 

ESSEX 

The Essex at Lakewood Hills is ideally suited for families looking 
to graduate into the ranks of home ownership. Located on Rt. 83, just 
north of Rollins Rd. in Round Lake Beach, Lakewood Hills is 
Lakewood Homes T newest community in Lake County. The Essex is a 
2-story with three bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths, living and dining rooms, 
family room, separate breakfast room, convenient second floor iaundry 
area andan attached two-car garage. With. 1,608 square feet, the Essex 
is value base priced from $144,990. Lakewood Hills is located in 
Grayslake School District 127. Hours are 10-5 pm daily. 



Directions: 

Rt. 120 to Fairfield; 
north to Nippersink; 
West to sale center. 



CYPRESS 

2001 Sparrow Circle 
Round tjike 
Model price: $198,990 
Valley Lake Groves 
Homes from: $175,990 
Call 847-740-4900 



Directions: 

1-294 North to Grand Ave. west, lake Grand Ave. 

To Rt. 45, turn left, go to 1st light which is Rollins 

Rd., turn right, take Rollins to Rt. 83, 

Turn right, Take 83 one mite to Sales Office. 



ESSEX 

J 143 E. Fox Chase Dr. 
Round Lake Beach 
Model price: $194, 760 
Lakewood Hills v 
Homes from: $119,990 
847-543-4900 




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GRAHAM 

The Graham is one of three exciting new furnished models open at 
Lakewood Hills, Lakewood Homes' newest community on Rt. 83, just 
north of Rollins Rd. in Round Lake Beach. Loaded with traditional 
appeal, the Graham features 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, an attached 2-car 
garage, formal living and dining rooms, family room, separate 
breakfast room and convenient second floor laundry. Base priced from 
$159,990, the Graham has 1,947 square feet of family-friendly living . 
space. Lakewood Hills is located in Grayslake High School District 
127. Hours are from 10 to 5 pm daily. 



Directions: 

1-294 North to Grand Ave, go west, take Grand Ave, 

to Rt. 45, turn left, go to 1st light, Rollins, 

turn right, take Rollins to Rt. 83, turn right, ■ 

take 83. one mile to Sales Center 



GRAHAM 

1 129 E. Fox Chase Dr. 
Round Lake Beach • 
Model price: $221,316 
Lakewood Hills 
Homes from: $119,990 
847-543-4900 




REALEN HOMES DEVELOPERS, INC. 

THE HAMPTON 

The Hampton, a 2,869 square foot, two-story home at Pine Valley in 
Gregg's Landing in Vernon Hills, is designed in the Realen Homes 
tradition of New England-Style exteriors with intelligently designed 
interiors. This large, family-style home offers a two-story foyer with 
access to formal living and dining rooms, island kitchen with optional 
breakfast nook, family room, den and powder room. A double 
staircase leads upstairs. The master bedroom features walk-in closets 
and a well appointed master bath. Three secondary bedrooms share a 
full bath. A full basement and attached two-car garage complete the 
home. 



Directions: 

Rt. 60 to Butterfteld Rd., North to Gregg 's 
Parkway, East to community. 



THE HAMPTON 

351 West Baltimore Drive 

Vernon Hills 

Model price: $504,228 

Pine Valley & Gregg 's 

Landing 

Homes from: $349,900 

847-362-2323 



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DEVONSHIRE 

The Devnshire is a traditional 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath home 
boasting an inviting country porch located at the maintenance-free 
community of Inverness at Gregg's Landing. A soaring two-story entry 
opens into a huge 23' x 18' great room large enough for a formal 
dining room. Ahead is a large kitchen with a breakfast room, pantry, 
and desk overlooking a spacious patio. From the kitchen decorative" 
niches open into a two-story family room with expansive windows, 
while a cozy den or library completes the main level. Upstairs the 
master bedroom has a volume ceiling and a walk-in closet, and is 
next to an elegant master bath with a 6* soaking tub. 




United Homes 
THEMARIN 

Cypress Pointe...the neighborhood at Gregg's Landing in Vernon Hills. 
United Homes' impressive portfolio includes ranch and two-story 
designs with an impressive array of luxury inclusions and available 
options. Only a handful of homesites remain to build the home of your 
dreams, with a few sites remaining on the White Deer Run Golf 
Course. Or check for a current availability of homes ready for move- 
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Directions: 

Take 1-94 north to Rt.60, west to Butterfield Rd, 
north to 2nd monument at N. Huntington Dr., right 
to Inverness Dr., right to Sales Center. 



DEVONSHIRE 
2042 Inverness Drive 

Vernon Hills 

Mode! price: $397,400 

Inverness 

Homes from: $315,900 

847-362-4499 



Directions: 

1-94 to Rt. 60, West to Butterfield Rd, North to 

Gregg's Parkway. 



THEMARIN 

401 Camargo Ct. 

Vernon Hills 

Model price: $492,000 

gypress Pointe at Gregg's Landing 
omesfrvm: $400's 
847-362-1122 




Century Development Group, Inc. 
DORSET 

The Dorset townhome model at Sarah's Glen in .Vernon Hills is a 
plan designed for Century's 3 A-Accomplished Active Adults. The 
home is a raised ranch with over 2350 square feet of living space, 
including a 20' x 25' family room. Some of, the standard features 
include a living room fireplace, a 90+ high efficiency furnace) air 
conditioning, three full baths, 2 car garage and full basements in most 
homes. This community of luxury all masonry townhomes features a 
sixty foot wide boulevard/recreation area and over five acres of open 
space. The subdivision is now over 70% sold out. 



Directions: 

Rt. 21 (Milwaukee Ave.) 

to Rt. 45; 

West to Sarah's Glen, 



DORSET 
113SW.Rt.45 
Vernon Hills 

Model price: $289,900 
Sarah's Glen 
Homes from: $245,000 
847-808-2100 




Girmscheid Builders 
LADY IN THE MIST 

"Lady In The Mist" is a stately and gracious English.Manor Home 
nestled overlooking Lake Charles and a championship 1 8-hole golf 
course. An instant feeling of grace and beauty is created by the brick 
and stone entrance with spacious 18' two-story foyer. The spectacular 
great room is ideal for entertaining as well as family living. Kitchen 
features an extensive island, custom cabinetry, plus an adjoining 
octagonal breakfast room including the latest in under cabinet 
refrigeration. Finished walk-out basement including kitchen area, 8' 
entertainment center, complete with custom wine cellar. Master suite 
has sitting room and luxurious bath area with custom marble and glass 
block shower area. Other locations available. 



Directions: 

Rt. 60 to Butterfield Rd. to the light at Allanson 
RdJGregg 's Parkway. Take Gregg 's Parkway east. 
Follow Gregg's Parkway to Pebble Beach Way. 
Go to 1711 Pebble Beach Way. 



LADY IN THE MIST 

1711 Pebble Beach Way 
Vernon Hills 
Model price: $889,000 
Gregg 's Landing 
Homes from: $600,000 
Call 847-367-5258 



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The Fairfield 
OAK GROVE ASSOCIATES, A JAMES COMPANY 

The Fairfield is an elegant two-story home with four bedrooms, 214 
baths and a study with a total of 2,480 square feet Other popular 
features include a two-story foyer and family room. In addition to 
formal living and dining rooms the casual side of the home includes an 
island kitchen with a breakfast room open to the family room. Options 
include a fifth or sixth bedroom, three-car garage and tray ceiling in 
the master suite. Oak Grove will provide 13.2 acres of nature 
preserves, including a significant grove of mature oak trees, wetlands 
and a park site. 



Directions: 

Rte. 12 (Rand Road) to Ivanhoe Road and 
proceed to models/sales center just 
southwest of Routes 12 and 59. 



THE FAIRFIELD 

324 Oak Grove Circle 

Wauconda 

Model price: $300,000 

Homes from: $191,900 

Call 847^187-0800 



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ASBURY 

The Asbury is a charming ranch with a comfortable and functional 
floor plan. The 21' X 19*6" great room is available with optional " 
fireplace and skylights. The 13' X 15*10" master bedroom can have 
either a large walk-in closet or a private bath. The kitchen and eating 
area is a spacious 9'6 X 19*6 and features oak cabinets, dishwasher, 
range and double stainless steel sink with disposal. Harbor Ridge is 
situated in the rolling countryside of northeastern Lake County. All 
homesites are 1/4 acre, located on winding streets and cul-de-sacs and 
are served by municipal sewer and water. The development offers 
country charm, peace and quiet, yet is only minutes away from 
shopping and schools, Lake Michigan and 1-94 and metro trains. 



Directions: 

1-94 North to 173; East to Kenosha Road; North to 

Subdivision. 



ASBURY 

3611 Harbor Ridge Drive 

Horn 

Model price: $127,800 

Harbor Ridge Venture 

Homes from: $119,990 

847-872-9800 




Maki Construction 
LAKELAND 

Three bedroom, 2-story, large 1/4 acre lot, full basement, 2 1/2 bath, 
6 panel, colonist doors & trim, full overlay, white kitchen cabinets, 
whirlpool in master bath, cultured marble vanity tops, fireplace w/gas 
starter, maintenance-free vinyl siding, luxury carpet & vinyl sheet 
goods, ceramic tub surrounds, range, hood, dishwasher & refrigerator, 
80% eff. Furnace, A/C, sodded front & seeded sides and back. , 



Directions; 

1-94 toRt. 173 (Rosecrans Rd.); 
East past Green Bay Rd. 
(1,000 ft. east of Green Bay 
on south side ofRL 173) 



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1707 Sunshine lane 

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Model price: $171,900 

Sunset Ridge 

Homes from: $137,900 

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Dodge 




[ "^ ynamlcally, the 1999 Dodge Inlre 
1 m pid and Intrepid ES benefit from- 
more robust sway bar links, and 
tubular trailing arms, to be 
phased Into produdon mid-model year. 
Both add to Interior ride isolation without 
sacrificing driver control. For enhanced se- 
curity. Chrysler's exclusive Sentry Key™ is . 
now available as an option. 

Under the hood, the performance side of 
the equastion comes Into play with the Invig-. 
orating aluminum 2.7-llter, 24-valve, V-6 eh-'' 
gine, standard in the Intrepid. Its 200 horse- 
power rating provides the highest horsepow- 
er- per-liter rating in its class while delivering 
outstanding fuel efficiency. Intrepid ES is 
powered by an all-aluminum 3.2-liter V-6 
that delivers 225 horsepower through a fully 
adaptive electronic four-speed AutoStick® 
transmission. AutoStick offers the conve- 
nience of an automatic with the'control of a 
manual. 

"The 1999 Dodge Intrepid is for those 
who want an exhilarating driving experience, 
yet who also need a sedan that can comfort- • 
ably seat five or six," said Jim Julow, General 
Manager - Dodge Division. 

Specific design cues for the 1999 Dodge 
Intrepid include a prominent "cross hair" - 
grille, as well as an aggressive stance from 
,any angle - a theme now seen in every new 

■Dodge car and truck. Intrepld's rnnflin e antj ,,^ 




In a coupe-like 
profile, and help to reduce the Cd (coeffi- 
cient of drag) to .300. 

.Inside, Dodge Intrepld's inerior carries 
over the sporty theme of the car's exterior, 
yet is flexible enough to accommodate up to 
six passengers. With its light colored gauges 
and a hooded design to shield them from 
relfection, designers developed a command- 
ing, yet inviting driver's cockpit to support 
In tepid s strong performance image. 




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106 Route 173, Antioch 395-0200 

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highway 

• BRAKES: Vented disc w/singje- 
piston calipers &ABS 

• DIMENSIONS: Length: 203.7 
in.; Width: 74.7 In.; Wheelbase, 
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'99 CHRYSLER 

SEBRING LIMITED 

CONTVERTEBLE 

#96048, CHRYSLER TOP OF THE LINE 
■ CONVERTIBLE 

MSRP $28,610 

KNAUZ DISCOUNT $3,425 

CONSUMER REBATE $1,000 

COLLEGE G^D REBATE $400 




Special Savings on 1999 

Chryslers, Plymouths 

andBtricks. 

Look for special clearance prices 
on remaining 1998 models 



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MSRP $38,180 

'98 BLOW OUT DISCOUNT $9.780 



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COUPE 

#96084, POWER SUNROOF, KEYLESS . 
• ENTRY, TILT, CRUISE AND MORE. 

MSRP $15,370 

KNAUZ DISCOUNT $2,475 

CONSUMER REBATE $1,500 

COLLEGE GRAD REBATE $400 



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#96021, THE ULTIMATE MNTVAN- 
FROM CHRYSLER 
MSRP $34,315 

KNAUZ DISCOUNT $4,545 

CONSUMER REBATE $1,000 

COLLEGE GRAD REBATE $400 





SALE PRICE $10,995 



SALE PRICE $28,370 _ 

All rebates applied Must qualify for recent college graduate rebate. Rebate In lieu of special financing or lease rates. Ad expires 5 days after publication. 



#95054, AM/FM/CASSETTE/CD, REAR AIR, 
HEAT QUAD, SEATING &-MUGH MORE. ' 

MSRP $26,695 

DEMO DISCOUNT $3,741 

CONSUMER REBATE $1,000 

COLLEGE GRAD REBATE S4Q0 

SALE PRICE $21,554 






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'89 BMW 750IL 

P5012, Black 
Knauz Price $9,942 

'95 BUICK ROADMASTER 

96340A, Tan, 61 K Miles, 
Knauz Price $15,285 

( 95 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE 

5836A, Black, 61 K Miles, 
Knauz Price $15,575 

'95 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE 

5861 B, White, 49K Miles, 
Knauz Price $15,575 

'95 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE 

96339B, Gold, 53K Miles, 
Knauz Price $15,575 , ',' 

'95 CHEVROLET 

SILVERADO 1500 4X4 

P5090, Black, 51 K Miles, 
Knau. Price $15,540 

1 93 CHRYSLER 

TOWN & COUNTRY 

P5115, Blue, 57K Miles, 
Knauz Price $11,487 

'96 CHRYSLER 

TOWN & COUNTRY 

P5063,;White, 52K Miles, 
Knauz Price $17,995 

'96 CHRYSLER SEBRING JXI 
CONVERTIBLE 

86631 A, Green,' 36K Miles, 
Knauz Price $16,746 



•97 CHRYSLER CIRRUS LXI 

96333A, Silver, 32K Miles, 
Knauz Price $12,674 

'95 DODGE INTREPID 

96316A, Gold, 61 K Miles, 
Knauz Price $7,681 

'97 DODGE CARAVAN 

96160A, Taupe, 41 K Miles, 
Knauz Price $13,579 

'92 DODGE B250 

CONVERSION VAN 

96225A, White, 45K Miles, 
Knauz Price $9,452 

'95 EAGLE VISION 

P5092, Black, 72K Miles, 
Knauz Price $7,568 

'95 FORD PROBE GT 

96260A, Black, 29K Miles, 
Knauz Price $9,126 

'97 FORD WINDSTAR GL 

P5132, Red, 61 K Miles, 
Knauz Price $11,916 

'93 FORD CROWN VICTORIA 

P5072, Blue, 77K Miles, 
Knauz Price $6,667 

'94 GMC JIMMY 4X4 

P5064A, 4-DR; White, 94K Miles, 
Knauz Price $8,274 

'98 HONDA ACCORD EXE V-6 

96280A, Gold, 7K Miles, 
Knauz Price $21,498 



"94 ISUZU TROOPER 

P5083, Green, 88K Miles, 
Knauz Price $9,628 

'96 JEEP GR. CHEROKEE LTD. 

96215A, Red, 87K Miles, 
Knauz Price $16,981 

'96 JEEP GR. CHEROKEE LTD. 

96319A, Maroon, 24K Miles, 
Knauz Price $19,495 

'96 UNCOLN TOWN CAR 

5460RA, White, 47K Miles, 
Knauz Price $16,867 

'94 MAZDA B2300 

P5075, Black, 67K. Miles, 
Knauz Price $4,795 

'95 MERCEDES-BENZ 
E320 WAGON 

96302A, Sand, 29K Miles, 
Knauz Price $30,254 

'98 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE GS 

P5089, Black, 29K Miles, 
Knauz Price $16,197 

'94 NISSAN ALTIMA SE 

P5107, White, 46K Miles, 
Knauz Price $7,966 

'97 NISSAN ALTIMA SE 

P5112, Green, 35K Miles, 
Knauz Price $9,861 

'96 NISSAN QUEST 

P5046, White, 53K Miles, 
Knauz Price $13,562 



'95 OLDSMOBILE AURORA 

P5098, Black, 58K Miles, 
Knauz Price $13,284 

'96 PLYMOUTH 

GRAND VOYAGER SE 

P5078, Iris, 82K Miles, 
Knauz Price $11,966 

'98 PLYMOUTH BREEZE 

P5153, Gold, 13K Miles, 
Knauz Price $11,467 

'94 PONTIAC FIREBIRD 

96031 A, Black, 51 K Miles, 
Knauz Price $9,461 

'94 PONTIAC GRAND AM 

P5070, Red, 71 K Miles, 
Knauz Price $6,408 

'98 SUZUKI SIDEKICK 
SPORT 4X4 

P5088, Green, 25K Miles,. 
Knauz Price $12,414 

'96 SATURN SL2 SEDAN 

P5077, Green, 52K Miles, 
Knauz Price $8/475 





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362-2683 

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903 N. Front Street, MeHenry 
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B45 Main St., Antioch 
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105 Rte. 173, Antioch 
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2725 Betvidere Rd„ Waukegon . 
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119 N. Milwaukee Ave., Libertyvillo 
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FORD 19D3 PROBE GT 
$4,995. (847) 587-6473, 

FORD 1994 T-BIRD, 

$5.995. (B47) 507-6473. 

FORD 1995 TAURUS, 
$8,995. (847) 587-3300. 

FORD 1996 MUSTANG 
while, automatic, fully loaded, 
1 -owner, mint condition, 
$12.000.(647)356-1442. 

PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 
GT 1991, now timing belt, 
tiros, trans, alternator, and 
brakes.. Power windows, 
doors, A/C, sunrool, ' am/fm 
cassette with equalizer, plus 
lumbar seating, hud dimmer, 
computer compass with 
. range, cruise control, etc. 
$4,ooo/bosl. Call Jody (847) 
546-7333, pager (706) 348- 
8195. . 

GREAT DEAL HAVE TO 
SELL MOVING OVERSEAS! 
1994 Toyota Camry XLE, 
77,000 miles, excellent. condi- 
tion, power everything, sun- 
roof, champagne color/belgo 
leather Interior, $10,500. 
(847)367-9117. 

HONDA 1989 ACCORD, 
$3,375. (847) 587-6473. 

JAGUAR XJ6 19B9, (847) 
587-3300. 

JAGUAR XJS CONVERT- 
IBLE 1990, 40,260 miles, no 
winters, dealer maintained, 
beautiful condition, $18,000. 
(847) 587-5274. 



KIA 1098 SEPHIA LS, 
$9,995. (847) 360-5000 

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MAZDA 1994 B2300, 

$4,795. (847) 234-2800. 

MAZDA 1994 PROTEGE, 
56,250. (847) 662-2400. - 

MERCURY 1992. COU- 
GAR, $3,975. (847) 587-6473. 

MITSUBISHI 1993 DIA- 
MANTE, CO 8- pack, cham- 
pagne with tan lealher, power 
sunroof, locks, windows, 
$7,500. (847) 578-0726. 

MOVING - MUST SELL BY 
END OF MONTH! 1985 Lin- 
coln Towncar, dark gray, load- 
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$3,600, wilt sacrifice $2,450. 
(847) 587-OB06, 1 (847) 497- 
3928. 

NISSAN 1985 STANZA XE, 
$1,239, (847) 587-6473. 

NISSAN 1994 ALTIMA SE, 
$7.966. (847) 234-2800, 

NISSAN 1995 ALTIMA, 
$8,995. (847) 662-2400. 

OLDS 1986 DELTA 88, ex- 
cellent condition, runs groat, 
many new parts, $2,500/best. 
(847) 731-1298 alter 4:30pm. 

OLDS 1993 ACHIEVA, 
$3.995,(847)662-2400; 

OLDS 1996 ACHIEVA, 
$8.995. (847) 567-3300, 

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ACHIEVA, red, 2-dobr, good 
condition, $4,50G/best. (414) 
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OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS 
■S". 1991, loaded, excellent 
condition, good runner, must 
see, $2,650. (414) 654-7621 
Kenosha, > 

OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS 
SUPREME SL, red, 2-door, 

excellent condition, 

$3,200/best, (847) 265-2278. :.: 

PLYMOUTH 1992 SUN- 
DANCE, $4,505. (847) 587- 
6473. 

PLYMOUTH 1993 t SUN- 
DANCE, $4,495. (847) 662- 
2400. ' 

PONTIAC 1990 BONNE- 
VILLE, $3,995. . (847) 587- 
3300. . 

PONTIAC 1992 GRAND 
AM, $5,995. (847) 395-3600. 

PONTIAC 1993 SUNBIRD 

LE, $4,366. (847) 662-2400. 

PONTIAC 1994 FIRE- 
BIRD, $9,461. (847) 234- 

2800. ___^ 

PONTIAC 1994 GRAND 
AM, $6,408. (647) 234-2800. 

PONTIAC TRANS AM 
1982 WITH T-TOPS, 32,000 
MILES ON REBUILT 350 EN- 
GINE, RUNS GREAT, $1,999. 
(414)6B9-4035. 

SATURN 1094 SL, $5,990. 
(847)360-5000. 

SATURN -1995 SL1, 

$6,350. (8471 360-5000. 

SATUHN 1996 SL2, 

• $9,785. (B47) 360.-5000. 

SATURN SC2 1995, 
$7,455. (647) 587-6473, 

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medium red, 5-speed, 66,000 
miles, A/C, ABS, AM/FM cas- 
sette stereo, 1-owner, garage 
kopt, excellent condition. Fold 
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JAVELIN AMX 360, 1972, 
marry notf parts,' 59,000 mlfes, 
$5,900. (647) 526-7224, 

LINCOLN 1976 C0NT(t 
NENTAL CLASSIC, low 
mileage, no rust, $9,000/best. 
(847)546-6569. 

CHRYSLER [1979 CORDO- 
BA, good moior,, some msi, 
$1 ( 200/b03t,\(647) ,471-3132. , 

1984 SUBARU BRAT (pick- 
up), have tho bosi of boiri 
world's, front Wheat end ;4WD, 
not driven' In winter, no rust, 
mechanically sound, new 
brakes all around (drums, cali- 
pers, etc.), motor has bean re- 
done, only 45,000 on It, 
$2,900/best. (414) 862-7866 
please no calls aftor 9pm. 

1986 TOYOTA 4X4 with 
cap, needs tittle work. $925 or 
bostoHsr. (847)- 73 1-1 807.- ' 

1986 VOLVP 740 OLE - 
' Great.Conditlon, power accas*. 
series , leather seats, one own- ~. 
er, no accidents/ Must Seell 
(847)- 247-6630 ■ __■ 

OLDSMOBILE 1987- 9- 
PASSENGER CUSTOM 
CRUISER STATION WAG- 
ON, excellent running condi- 
tion, very clean, new tires, ask- 
ing $3,000. 1847) 526-7900 or 
. (847) 526-7988. 

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credit. '". 

(847) 548-5630. 

AUDI 1993 90CS QUAT-' 
TRO SPORT, 2.8L V6, 5- 
- speed, 4 WD, .all. power and 
luxury options,' ABS,: alrbag, 
leather. Kelly book value over 
$16,500, sacrifice at $13,900,' 
Call (847) 548-0098: 



BMW 750JL 1989, $9,942. 
(847). 234-2800. 

BUICK 1984 REGAL, 2- 
door coupe, great condition, 
garage kept, .1 -owner, .must" 
see, S2,900/best. (847) 
244-3229. •" ■ 

BUICK. 1992 CENTURY 
WAGON, runs great, 
$5,000/bost. (414) 682-7056. 

CADILLAC 1978 ELDORA- 
DO BIARRITZ; $2,800/bost. 
(414)767-0277, , 

CADILLAC 1995 SEDAN 
DEVILLE, $15,575.: (847) 234- 
2800. . . 

CARS S10O-S500 AND Up! 
Police Impounds: Hondas, 
.Toyota's, Chevy's, Jeeps and 
Sport Utilities^ Calf now! B00- 
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Police Impounds & 
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r ,F/or listings 
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: ext. 2292. 

CHEVY 1984 CELEBRITY,*:' 

rebuilt - transmission, now 

■ brakes, CD, air, good condi- .', 

lion, $1;200/best. (414) 

877-3816 evenings. 

CHEVY 1985 MONTE 
CARLO SS V8 305, sharp 
looker, new exhaust,' sunroof, 
runs great, $2,995/best. (414) 
539-2025. (414) 767r8770: 

CHEVY 1993 , Z-2B, 

$10.995.(847)395-3600. 

CHEVY 1994 "» CAMARO 
SPT. CPE.{ $7,895. (847) 360- 
5000. '.'..'■ 

CHEVY 1995 MONTE 
;. CARLO Z34, red, ' loaded, ' 
.leather Interior, excellent con- 
dition. $10,400, . (847) 
587-2373,(847)587-1616. 

DODGE 1995 INTREPID, 
.' ,$7,681. (847) 234-2800. 



CHEVY .1998 Z28 CON- 
VERTIBLE, 45,000 miles, fully 
loaded, leather, premium 
sound system, ready for sum- 
mer, $18,000/best. (847) 
625-0982. 

CHRYSLER LHS 1995, 

:34K MILES, LUXURY 4- 

DOOR SEDAN, ULTRA LOAD- 

ED," $14,500. (847) 6S0-5345. 

CHRYSLER 19B4 LASER 
2-door, hatchback, '4-cyllnder, 
"good college car; Asking 
$1,200. (615) 344-^557. " 

CHRYSLER 1995 CIR-' 
RUS, $8,359. (847) 587-6473. 

CHRYSLER 1998 ;SE-.' 
BRING SPT.iCPE., $11,995. 
(847)'360-5000. 

COUGAR 1994, LOADED, 
V8, 34,000 original miles; like 
new, Must see to - appreciate. 
$9,000/best. (847) 838-2246 
after 5pm. . " .. ■ " ' . 

. DATSUN 280ZX; 1979, low 
miles;' new parts. Looks greatl 
(414)694-7715 evenings. 

DELTS 88 BROUGHAM 
1 988, '. full ■ power; good condl- 
* Hon, excellent runner, 
$2,000/besl. (847) 740-OQ89. 

EAGLE 1995 VISION, 
: $7,568. (847) 234-2800. - 

..EAGLE TALON TSI 1992, 
all wheel drive, turbo, many 
new parts', runs great, 'looks, 
good. Reliable, fun to drive. 
.Priced ■ below blue book tor 
quick sale. $4,500/best. 
Randy (B47) 721-2834. .. 

FORD ;19B4: LTD, 4-door, 
lots of new parts, $600/besL 
(647) 949-1493 after 5pm. 



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generally are very reliable engine components 
— which perhaps Is why we often neglect 
them. However, leaving spark plugs in too 
long or poor plug installation can cause lost 
fuel mileage, rough operation and engine 
damage. 

Replace spark plugs according to the 
manufacturer's recommendations. There are 
now a number of high-quality, longer-lasting 
plugs available, like Autolite® Platinum, that 
last up to three years and Autdlite® Platinum 
ProTM, that last up to five years. This means 
.you can change your plugs less often while 
maintaining a high level of engine perfor- 
mance. The automotive experts at AlliedSig- 
nal provide the following tips for proper 
spark-plug installation: 

• Before you begin — First, always check 
the plug's "gap," or the clearance between the 
electrodes at the firing end of the plug. While 
the spark-plug gap Is set during manufactur- 
ing, it may need some adjustment after ship- 
ping and handling. Make sure the gap is prop- 
erly set foryour specific vehicle engine. It's a 
good idea to clean out the area firstby blow- 
ing ihtbitThat way, you'll prevent bits of dust 
and grit from falling into the cylinder. • 

• Remove spark plugs —You'll need to use 
a spark-plug wrench. Apply firm, steady pres- 
sure oh the wrench until it starts to budge. 
Then, after each full turn of the wrench, actu- 
ally screw the plug back in, just a touch, to 
loosen any debris that may be caught on the - 
threads. ' 

• If you can't loosen the plug — Try run- 
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.to expand the plug hole. Turn off the en- 
gine and tryremoving the plug. Or, you 
might want to try spraying penetrating oil 
at the base of the plug. However, make 
sure the engine is cold before spraying the 
oil. Allow the oil to soak in for a while to 
lubricate the threads before putting the 
wrench on the plug. 

After removing the old plug, have a look . 
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chaser. But make sure you follow the 
manufacturer's directions carefully. 

' • Install the new plug— Start off the 
new plug by hand to make sure you don't 
thread It in crooked. And, be sure you don't 
over-tighten the plug. Gasket-seat plugs 
shouldn't be screwed in more than one- 
twelfth turn past where they contact the en- 
gine and tapered seat plugs shouldn't be tight- ■ 
ened more than one-sixteenth of a turn. 

If done properly, replacing your spark 
plugs won't be a difficult or time-consuming 
task. And, getting into the habit of replacing 
them regularly may help you avoid significant 
engine damage in the future. 



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98 Pontlac Sundre 4Dr 
A/T.AC, Wmty, stk»2781P 

98 Kla Sephla LS 

A/T. AC. PW. PLKa, 4,000 Miles, SIM2804 

97 Lincoln Continental 

Ltlir. Moon-roof. CD, Phone, Peart White, stk*2812*£U,y 30 

97 lauzu Rodeo 4x4 ». nnc 

Loaded, CO Changer, S/Roof. stk!2B17 *1 0,333 

97 Pontlac Gran Prix SE S4 4 nne 

Absolutely Loaded w/ Power Options, stkl2814 *T J,y iJD 

97 Mercury Villager GS M4Aae 

Loaded, Quad S oats, Dual Point *l*ifWO 

97 Pontlac Grand Am Spt Cpe * n nnc 

5Spd. AC, Wmty, Full Pwr. stk*2784P *y,9yo 

97 Bulck Skylark Sedan « n nne 

Pwr Pekg. Low Miles, stkl2802 *y,y y O 

96 Honda Accord LX 4 Dr M n ftnc 

Only 17,000 Miles, Loaded. stM 2705 * 1 2,993 

96 Chrysler Sebrlng Spt Cpe « 4 4 Aac 

One Owner, Wmty. Loaded. stkl64 1 6A Ml ,990 

96 Pontlac Grand Prix SE iAn anc 

Very Clean, Loaded w/ options, sikl2801 * I U,yb D 

96 Chevrolet S10 Pickup •- - oe 

AC, Bedtner, Warranty, atkl2816 */,49D 

95 GMC Safari Conversion Van « 4 n on c 

Very Clean. Pwr Options. slkl2B05 'l^Oab 

95 Ford Escort Wagon « e nnc ' 

AC. Wmty. stk!6247A *D,SiyD 

94 Ford Bronco 4x4 S4 „ ooc 

Full Size. Llhr, Frort Row, 5lk#28O0 *l£,}3yO 

94 Chevy Camaro Spt Cpe S7 OQC 

AfT. V8, AC, Low Miles. stk!2717 *l ,09D 

94 Ford F150 Truck se ^ QC 

Only 55,000 Miles. Must See, stkf6609 *O t l HO 

94 Plymouth Sundance Spt Cpe «- ooe 

AfT, AC. 50,000 Miles; Stkl5358 '5,5*93 - 

94 Chevy Cavalier Spt , A QQC 

ArT. AC, Shaip, 8tkl6012 *4 f 995 

91 Dodge Dakota X-Cab Pickup * A QftC 

Average Miles; Great Shape, stkl657B *4,y y O 

91 Cutlaas Supreme Coupe t - eoc 

Art-.AC.PwrEquipt . *4,D!lD 




99 Saturn SW2 

stk!6318 

99 Saturn SL2 

stk!6287 

99 Saturn SL . 

Stk*280a 

98 Saturn SC2 

slkl6243 

98 Satum SL2 

Stk#6344 ' 

98 Satum SL1 

Stk»652S 

98 Satum SC1 

stk»650t 

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stk!2790 

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97 Dodge Intrepid. 413,998 

95 Pontiac Trans Aiil $13,498 

97 Moony Sable 311,498 

96 Olds Cutlass 1 $11,198 

95 Dodge Intrepid ES. •••»»•• 49,998 

95 Oievy Monte Carlo. ., $9,998 

97 Plymouth Breeze....... .$9,498 

97 Dodge Neon. .;.............$8,498 

93 Saturn SC2 _„... $6,998 

91 Cadillac Sedan DeYdk $6,998 

95 Chevy Cavalier. .$5,998 

94 Dodge Spirit .$5,498 

93 Chevy Cavaber..... 45398 

95 Ford Taurus Wagon. 44498 

91 Dodge Shadow Convertible. :.$4,498 

93 Chevy Berctla. .$4,298 

W Dodge Dynasty LJE. 43,998 

92 Ford Escort Wagon 43,998 



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96NrssanMaxima....... $16,498 

95 Honda Accord IX $13,998 

96VWJetta. $12^98 

95 Toyota CamryLE.... ...$10,498 

96Mazda6261X....... .$9,998 

97 Mazda Protege. $8,998 

92 Toyota Cefca. .....$5,998 

93 Nissan Ahima...... $4,998 

91Nissan240SX. $4,498 

92 Subaru Loyale4YVD. .$3,998 

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92 Honda Civic $2,498 

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98 Chevy 2500 4x4. ..419,998 

95 Dodge Dakota 4x4. $11,998 

95OievyS10Blazer4x4.... $11,998 

93 Ford Explorer XLT. $10,998 

97 Chevy S10LS Pickup 49,498 

95OievyS10FAt(^Pickip............... $9,498 

94 Ptymouth Grand ^byagerSE.. $8,498 

.92 Chevy S10 Blazer 4x4........ $8,498 

95FotdAerostar..... .. ,........$8,498 

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92FordAerostar. .$4,498 

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